Monthly Archives: July 2004

If You See Me Walking On Water

This sermon was originally preached on Sunday, August 4, 1996. Gospel Text “Then he made the disciples get into the boat and go before him to the other side, while he dismissed the crowds. And after he had dismissed the … Continue reading

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T-Shirt: “I Had An Abortion”

By now you may have heard of — or seen — the new T-shirt being sold by Planned Parenthood. There’s been some discussion of it over at Orthodoxy Today. Sad. Nutty. Demonic.

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The “N” Word

“Ain’t Skeered!” is a Southern takeoff on the once popular “No Fear” emblems paraded on sweatshirts and automobiles. Yet, when it comes to certain words, I am afraid. We live in an age when using the wrong word could mean … Continue reading

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Blog Your Prayer Requests

The above link is worth a visit (or three).

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How Do Orthodox Christians EVANGELIZE?

A small business owner once told me of a guaranteed way to get rid of pesky telemarketers. “Whenever the salesman calls and immediately goes into his sales pitch,” he said, ” interrupt him and ask, ‘Are you a born again … Continue reading

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XXX Church – by Terry Mattingly

PHOENIX — Anyone with the nerve to create XXXChurch.com is going to get attention, especially if they keep calling it “the No. 1 Christian Porn Site.” “We’re No. 1 because there really isn’t a No. 2, which is a good … Continue reading

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Orthodox and Baptist Trade Places

Looks like the editors over at The Onion Dome have been keeping tabs on us hillbillies. 🙂

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