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When We Talk About God

In 2011, Rob Bell wrote a book entitled Love Wins. In this book (I have not yet read it) Bell discusses hell and the afterlife and asks the question, “Would a loving God send people to eternal torment forever?” Due to … Continue reading

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How to Live a Life of No Regrets

How can we live a life full of joy and passion, and free of regrets? There are three principles from scripture that, if followed, will lead to a ‘no regrets’ lifestyle. Continue reading

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Chronological Study Bible

This resource provides a whole new way to experience the lives and times of the Bible. For the casual Bible reader, this volume provides continuity, background, and context in line with the reading. Continue reading

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Real Tacos w/Alex Stupak

Alex Stupak is an award winning chef and owner of three New York City  taquiera’s – Empellon Cocina, Empellon Taqueria, and Empellon al Pastor.  This perfectly positions him as the authority on Taco’s.  He is sharing his experience and flavor … Continue reading

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Churchill’s Trial

No statesman shaped the twentieth century more than Winston Churchill –Larry P. Arnn, Churchill’s Trial Winston Churchill’s dedication to constitutionalism defines statesmanship at its best.  The book by Larry P. Arnn, Churchill’s Trial: Winston Churchill and the Salvation of Free Government, delves … Continue reading

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Architectural Evangelism

Want to know more about creating a sacred space?  Check out these podcast interviews with Tim Cool and Mel McGowan. Tim Cool Counting the Real Cost of Church Buildings [unSeminary Podcast] Current Trends in Church Facilities w/Jim Tomberlin  [unSeminary Podcast] … Continue reading

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Sacred Spaces

I have long been a proponent of the house church idea.  Main reason being, that I feel this is consistent with the New Testament model of “church”.  It was the New Testament Christians, worshipping in this way that led to … Continue reading

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