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How to Impress God Without Really Trying Part 2: Crowds Don’t Always Tell The Story

Today’s guest post is from my friend, Michael Mercer. Michael is the Senior Minister at the University Church of Christ in Conway, AR. He is married to the beautiful Leah Bivins Mercer and the couple have three children. ————- Crowds Feel Impressive As a senior pastor, my career lends itself to perception challenges. When you are […]

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The Messiah We Would Have Elected

Today’s Guest Post is brought to you from my good friend, Jordan Hubbard. Jordan Hubbard is the Minister of the Word at the Crestview Church of Christ in Waco, TX.  He is married to Debbie, the wisest, most discerning and most beautiful woman he has ever known.  They have three amazing children, Jenae, Avery and Jarrett. ———- […]

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Your Purity Test Won’t Work…Like Ever!!!

Purity Test don’t work! If you hadn’t noticed, the American political scene is in shambles. Neither party is looking all that great and regardless of your personal political leanings, you’re likely not satisfied with all that is Washington D.C. One of the reasons – at least in my view – is the idea of purity […]

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When Is A Sermon Finished?

A friend once told me “there’s noting worse than amateur poetry.” I get that. Enough poetry is remote and distant, and since most of us stop reading, studying, and enjoying poetry around third grade, we peak with “totes mcgoates” and other ill-fate, poorly thought rhymes. Our love of poetry doesn’t go deep. It’s neither nurtured […]

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