Monthly Archives: October 2016

Same Circumstances; Two Very Different Streams

Back in May of 2009 the animated movie UP was released. My family loves this movie,¬†which begins on a sour note, as Mr. Fredrickson’s (the old guy) wife has recently died. Shortly thereafter Mr. Fredrickson meets Russel (the little boy). … Continue reading

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2 Kingdoms that Should Never Cross (Audio Message)

The image to your right conveys a very powerful truth to followers of Christ in America. Far to often when the winds of political change blow towards limiting our civil liberties, Christians in the U.S. panic and look for someone … Continue reading

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The Conveyor into the Son’s Kingdom

One of the more profound and often overlooked passages of scripture, concerning the ongoing nature of the power of God (for our Christian lives) is found in Colossians 1:13, where it declares, “He has delivered us from the power of … Continue reading

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