Things I am reading that I think you’ll like. Or at least inform you, inflame you, and definitely move you.
I am reading a survey recently about how Christians are known to be the most judgmental people in society. What a tragic report card. How can a religion based on grace be known for judging others?
Masks, Civil Liberties and the Church by Bruxy Cavey
Hi friends. I am asked regularly by a variety of people for my opinion on all things COVID-19, vaccinations, mask-wearing, and government intervention. So I’ve decided to do a short series of blog posts to invite you into my process, for those who might be interested.
In this first post, I want to share some introductory thoughts about my general approach to the topic of submission to government.
Part 2, I will share how I interpret the competing voices on the science and sanity of vaccinations and government legislation.
Part 3, I will suggest some ways we can all move forward together and will talk more about what it means to “not give up meeting together” according to Hebrews 10:24-25.
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Faith to Build Your Life On by Dallas Willard
We don’t have to look very far into our own thinking and living to see the effects of either being sure of God or not being sure of God.
Christie Blatchford was my favourite journalist. On September 11, 2001 she and a National Post photographer drove from Toronto to NY to be at Ground Zero. This is her first report. Christie was her usual shoot-from-the-lip self.
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