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King David Hits the Campaign Trail for Trump

King David is back!  He’s been dead for thousands of years, but now he’s out there on the campaign trail, stumping for Donald Trump. Oh, it’s not his choice.  Who in his right mind would trade heavenly bliss for a role … Continue reading

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Preaching: The Forgotten Priority

The coming of a new year always inspires a lot of articles and blog posts about cultural trends and how the church needs to respond to them.  You’ve probably seen them floating around on Facebook and Twitter.  I’ve read a … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why the Duck Dynasty Controversy Matters

Some Christians are getting tired of the Duck Dynasty controversy, especially those who aren’t enamored with the show.  As a result, I’ve noticed a groundswell of Facebook and blog posts about how God’s people should stop talking about it and care about something that … Continue reading

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ShesAHomewrecker.com

“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” The man who said that was William Cosgrove.  He was an English poet and playwright who died in 1729.  If he were alive today and could surf the Net, I’ll bet he would … Continue reading

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Paybacks

Ivan Lewis cheated on his wife, Sonya.  It was a bad move for two reasons.  One, it’s wrong to cheat on your wife.  Two, Sonya drives a hard bargain.  She told Ivan that if he wanted to win her back, he would have … Continue reading

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Facebook: Making Fools One Post at a Time

Let me preface what I’m about to say by assuring you that I’m not anti-Facebook.  I have several friends I keep up with (one who lives in the Philippines) that I would probably lose touch with if it weren’t for … Continue reading

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Facebook and “Stupid Pills”

It was hilarious, really. A person I am Facebook friends with (but not real friends with) posted a very unkind comment about people who support the presidential candidate that I happen to support.  Basically, she said we are heartless, self-serving illegitimate children who hate the elderly and … Continue reading

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It Amazes Me

It amazes me that so many people load up their Facebook pages with 911 tributes, but then don’t care enough about the welfare of our country to vote. It amazes me that so many people focus their rage on Muslims … Continue reading

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