Thoughts On Furgeson: Can We Learn From This?

I am a product of a bi-racial household. No, I’m not black (as you could probably tell) but when I was 5 years old my mother met the soul mate of her life and had two siblings. One a baby brother and the youngest, my baby sister. He just so happened to be African-American or as normal people say: black. From the age of 5 I grew up with Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Earth Wind and Fire records playing on the weekends. I also know what the smell of chitlins smells like and love the taste of mustard greens…


4 Challenges To The House Church Movement

There have been many good things that I’ve learned and gathered during our time spent within the house church movement. For those of you that don’t know, my wife and I have spent about 5 years both attending and starting house churches. Within those groups of people the Lord has taken me through a character development that I might not have acquired should I have stayed within our traditional church model. Close knit relationships that house church provides positively provides accelerated personal growth. I learned about fostering loving relationships, building unity, serving your brother and sister and allowing the Holy…


Should Christians Participate in Tarot Readings, Horoscopes, Astrology, Numerology and and The Like?

This shouldn’t be a question that even needs explaining. However, I am witnessing more and more Christians that are illiterate to what the Bible actually teaches on this and other matters of spiritual life, and also more Christians seem to be increasingly ignorant to Satan’s devices than ever. The typical responses to such matters are: A. Its harmless entertainment, B. It’s ok as long as I’m not hurting anybody, or C. I don’t really care, my ignorance is bliss. First off lets take a look at a few Scriptures to see what the Bible teaches about seeking knowledge, even more,…

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