Monthly Archives: August 2011

When necessary use words. Or not…

  I’ve heard the quote once too often. It’s time to set the record straight—about the quote, and about the gospel. Francis of Assisi is said to have said, “Preach the gospel at all times; when necessary, use words.” This … Continue reading

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Starbucks CEO Says No to Speaking at Former “Ex-Gay” Church-UPDATED

[HYBELS VIDEO ADDED] Just so you know, this article is from JustOut blog magazine, a pro-gay publication. Here is their take: Posted Aug 11, 2011 Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has decided not to speak at a church that once supported … Continue reading

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Jesus Was A Terrible Leader, by Today’s New Leadership Standards!

This is hilarious. Can you imagine if we polled the 5,000, or those folks who listened to the Sermon on the Mount? Check out this tongue-in-cheek article about Jesus’ leadership model: By today’s new ‘Church Leadership’ standards Jesus was a … Continue reading

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Jesus Was A Terrible Leader, by Today’s New Leadership Standards!

This is hilarious. Can you imagine if we polled the 5,000, or those folks who listened to the Sermon on the Mount? Check out this tongue-in-cheek article about Jesus’ leadership model: By today’s new ‘Church Leadership’ standards Jesus was a … Continue reading

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What is Christian Universalism?

An oxymoron, you say? You would be correct! I found this over at Sola Sisters, and found it to be a great resource on New Age spirituality. Be sure to check out the Sola Sisters blog and Facebook page. It … Continue reading

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