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Membership is a concept with which many people can relate. People are members of country clubs, political parties, families, civic clubs, and churches, to name a few groups. There are established standards of behavior to be a member. Without a standard, people do what they...

Sometimes I look at the life of Paul in the New Testament and I wonder what he thought of his ministry. Did he struggle with doubt? Did he think his ministry was a failure because his churches dealt with in-fighting and the inability or unwillingness...

April 29, 2011. Joseph Buck V was 11 days old. Lindsey and I were preparing to move to a new church in about six weeks with a live-wire 19-month-old to boot. People thought we were crazy! Those were exciting times. That day was exciting for another...

Dwelling on past victories is a quick way to stifle the dynamic movement of God in our lives. If I learned anything from our sermon series on Revelation, it was that God wants us working and moving toward the end goal of Jesus’ victory over...

I like to believe that I haven’t wasted the educational opportunities I had throughout my life. Whether it is my extensive pursuits for higher education or my formative years, I have had some great teachers, who presented some challenging and informative content. Some scholars communicate...

“Mercedes Benz…the best OR nothing” I heard this advertisement the other day, and I don’t really know what to do with it. I mean…that tag line is either REALLY pretentious or extremely motivating. I haven’t really decided which side I am taking, but I am leaning...

Do you remember the first time you heard the phrase, “Stop, drop, and roll”? I don’t remember the first time, but that phrase has been part of my consciousness for as long as I can remember. Call it self-preservation or just a memorable phrase, because...