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Voluntary Engagement Without Verbal Abuse

How do followers of Christ engage in the political environment and avoid the risk of being drawn into the vitriol that now permeates all media formats? Is it even possible? Unlike many, I do enjoy a good debate important issues and public values. I have no interest, however, in a ...

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Gossip: Leaking Classified Information

Leaking classified information pertinent to the safety of our country is treasonous, treacherous and vile. What is the best countermand to deal with a “leak”? Douse it with “burning coals”? “If your enemy is hungry, give him food to eat; if he is thirsty, give him water to drink. In ...

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Can You Spot America’s Greatest Enemy?

To truly be a super predator, an enemy needs to have a scheme to overcome its prey. Have you ever watched a cat take down a mouse? He knows the mouse is quick and agile, but he also knows that if he positions himself correctly, he can surprise the mouse ...

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Disagreeing with Respect

The recent election brought the differences in America into sharp focus.  It presents an opportunity we as Christians cannot afford to miss!  Separating ideas is a necessary step to building understanding and ultimately creating unity.  In fact, separation is part of creation. Consider the opening passages of Genesis and observe ...

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Choosing Sides In A Polarized America

Something that is readily apparent to everyone today is that the drama surrounding the current presidential election is polarizing our country more than ever before.  People want to know whose side are you on, and they are ready to passionately argue their stance, defend their position and even “unfriend” the person ...

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