Surviving Transitions and My Idiot Yesterdays by Steve Crosby
Aug11

Surviving Transitions and My Idiot Yesterdays by Steve Crosby

The Scriptures were written to an agricultural people who understood the ebb and flow of seasonal living. They understood the importance of spending appropriate energy in the correct season. By contrast, our modern industrial societies live by the clock and 24-7 productivity, not by seasons. Our “switch” is always turned on, unwisely so. What might be positive for making widgets, doesn’t translate positively into the kingdom of God....

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5 Reasons why Fellowship with Others eludes us by Chip Brogden
Dec09

5 Reasons why Fellowship with Others eludes us by Chip Brogden

If everyone is looking for fellowship, why is fellowship so hard to find?  And once we have found it, why is it so hard to maintain it? When God begins to bring you out of church and into a deeper relationship with Himself, there is a lot of unlearning that has to take place – particularly in the area of fellowship. It has been said that every lost person has a Christ-shaped void in their heart that only Christ can fill.  A similar...

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Why the World is not interested in your End Time Prophecy
Oct01

Why the World is not interested in your End Time Prophecy

Recently, I have seen an undue and unscriptural focus concerning End Time prophecy. It worries me that some think they have the entire end-time figured out like if it was a schedule, a calendar or a road map. It worries me that they think they know everything that is going to happen and when. The only problem I have with them is the same one most “out of the system” Christians and the lost have with them. They are critical of...

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