Monthly Archives: May 2016

Law-abiding Citizen

The concept of freedom can lead to an idea of lawlessness.  If I have to do what other people tell me, I am in chains.  There is some truth to that, but it is locked into the ‘have to’ element. … Continue reading

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Problems with Authority

Not many people like to be bossed around.  I have a mixed relationship with authority.  Having been a pastor of an African-American church I heard plenty of stories of racial profiling in Chicago, of people receiving harsh treatment at the … Continue reading

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Godly Responses to Others

A lot of movies focus on revenge.  In some cases a loved one is killed and so a ‘nice-guy’ turned vigilante hunts them down.  In some high-school movies like Mean Girls, the hero is victimized for being different but the … Continue reading

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Warning Senior Pastors About Blocking Growth

I own a 2005 Land Rover LR3.  At the dealership they tell me that all the problems that I have with it are just because it is old.  Last month we found that the drainage for the sunroof was running … Continue reading

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