Monthly Archives: September 2014

On to Jerusalem for Pentecost

On a road trip children some children (and adults) keep a journal. Luke seems to have kept one as he accompanied the Apostle Paul as he neared the end of his third missionary journey, recorded in Acts 20:1-16. Walk the … Continue reading

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The Power of the Word

The Astorian had an article a few months back about an artisan in Astoria who had started making objects to assist people in worshiping the old Norse gods. Given the neo-paganism of our modern culture and the ethnic background of … Continue reading

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The Way of God

How does God bring wandering people to himself? Luke provides an answer in Acts 18:24-26. He uses people who know and speak his Word. Sometimes he uses eloquent preachers like Apollos, other times ordinary members of his church like Priscilla … Continue reading

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Christ and His People in this City

Christians and others are being massacred in the Middle East. Christians in the Ukraine are threatened by Russia. In our country immorality has not only become politically correct, it is rapidly becoming the law of the land. In our personal … Continue reading

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