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The Day After

It’s not uncommon for church planters to meet together. But on this past week in Baltimore, Maryland, church-planters were more than just meeting; they were strategizing on how to make a difference in a community that became unglued Monday afternoon, as 2,000 national guardsmen were brought in and a city was put on lock down. […]

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Generation Z

As a grade school student, I loved singing the traditional Alphabet Song. I especially loved the end. When it came time to sing that final letter, I would shout the letter Z loudly and with great enthusiasm. Yes, the letter Z would reassure me that I was not only at the end of the song, […]

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Being Black and Gay Are Not the Same Thing

Much is being made of HGTV’s decision to cancel a previously announced new series, “Flip it Forward,” because its stars, twin brothers David and Jason Benham, had expressed their faith-based, pro-life values and belief that marriage should be between one man and one woman. Many in the media have called their beliefs anti-gay and similar […]

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Spiritual Bullying

As Eric Johnson approached my 5th grade lunch table I knew very clearly what he was coming for. In fact I had gotten so used to him taking my milk money that I knew not to even dare buy milk for lunch. Back in the 80’s the term bullying had not come into play like […]

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10 Things to Know About Cuba

When I received the assignment that I would be traveling to Cuba, I immediately thought to myself, “What will my life be like in Cuba for the limited time that I will be there?” As a boy growing up in Orlando, I had always heard of Cuba but never thought that one day I would […]

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We All Need Grace

The word grace is something that most people love to hear and even recognize that they need it; however, it’s quite different when you have to give it away. In Lee Strobel’s latest book, Grace, he digs deep into, not just the word, but he also examines the lives of nine people who have both […]

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Numbers Tell No Lies

How long will the American church sit by and ignore the numbers? Once again the Pew Research Forum has laid out significant research to back up the lack of growth that the American church is experiencing. Yet, well-respected teachers and preachers blatantly disregard this evidence. A new age of church growth is before us. To […]

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