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The Almost Christian: Redux

“He also told this parable to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous and regarded others with contempt: “Two men went up to the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector. 

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New Testament


I was uncertain about what I was getting into. As I wandered into what appeared to be a congregation, my senses were overwhelmed with the collision of my expectations of a church setting being ripped out by the cacaphony of disarray I saw in front of me.

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What Is Prevenient Grace?

Dr. Chuck Gutenson on Prevenient Grace and its place in the Order of Salvation as understood by John Wesley.



This past week a friend of mine shared this passage from a devotional. I thought it an apt warning for the day of schism, in which those falsely-indicted as schismatics are those who stand upon the truth in love, and not those who truly are divisive. 396 more words

Pastor's Corner


Here’s a topic you just don’t see taught often.  I guess this started while listening to Paul Keith Davis.  He spoke about how God began to restore truths back to the Church after the dark ages.   604 more words

The Quest To Walk With God

With a favorable eye, O gracious Comforter, behold all that are in affliction; let the sighing of the prisoners, the groans of the sick, the prayers of the oppressed, the desire of the poor and needy, come before you.

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