Category Archives: Christians at Work

Gospel Transformed Holidays

Wandering around the writing fields this time of year always yields words from those who warn us against involving ourselves with holidays such as the most recent Halloween. For those of you in this camp concerned for my well-being as … Continue reading

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Please Read Your Mail

Dear Friend, I have been observing you and your season of service at your church for many years and thought it important to write to you at this time. I have watched your hard work in guiding out of periods of turmoil … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life

In a most natural and compassionate way, her ward of our duty left me with only a disgruntled response, “Yes… dear.” I had no desire to tackle this task. My wife had every desire for me to tackle it. It’s … Continue reading

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The Lone (givin-n-gettin) Ranger

At the bottom of enmity between strangers lies indifference. ~ Kierkegaard “They have problems,” my wife notes as I pump our Ford’s tank full of fuel. I look the direction of her gaze to find a young lady holding an … Continue reading

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Gospel: Authentic or Synthetic?

As I rummage through archives of Church History, I’m awed often by the resolved effort of past leaders to preserve the truth. Take for example the Filioque from the revised Nicene Creed. This minor insertion caused no small disturbance and … Continue reading

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