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I saw this documentary on Christian effort with missions to share the Gospel to the Korowai people.  It was touching.

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I try not to talk about my personal life on my blog but I thought I post this as a thank you and also spiritual encouragement.

A little over a year ago when the United States was going through its chaotic departure from Afghanistan I wrote a post “A Son of A Refugee’s Gratitude for Christians in America’s Mid-West.”  Some of the regular readers here have even commented and said this was one of the best post on our blog.  I talked about my mom’s refugee story from the Vietnam war, the love of Christ shown to my mom’s family from a Mid-West church who sponsored them and also prayers for salvation that might seem to go unanswered but sometimes answered in ways we don’t expect, with the next generation, and prayers answered after we have gone home to be with the Lord. 

I appreciate some commented and also said they will pray for mom’s salvation.

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Compartment C Car

 

I think there’s a lesson from a newstory I saw “Entire Maine town forced to shut after its only clerk quits over denied vacation.”

Here’s the story:

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Compartment C Car

 

I think there’s a lesson from a newstory I saw “Entire Maine town forced to shut after its only clerk quits over denied vacation.”

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american flag

Been fatigued with ministry, so this is a late-in-the-day post.  This week also happen to be the 20 year anniversary of when I graduated Marine Corps boot camp, earning the title of Marine.  It was a time of introspection and some of the guys I served with on social media have been commenting about how we are getting older, that our body is not the same, that there’s wear and tear from service and just growing older.  One of the guys that commented have also been through a lot of injuries while serving.  I was thinking about how some of the guys I served with have changed (coming to Christ, being a better person, etc) while some still remain the crazy wild individuals that haven’t changed much.  Sometimes in my memory I picture myself in uniform the way my face looks like now and when I saw my Marine graduation pictures I realized all the guys look so young, like kids.  And I realize it was a long time ago and I’ve also changed.

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american flag

Been fatigued with ministry, so this is a late-in-the-day post.  This week also happen to be the 20 year anniversary of when I graduated Marine Corps boot camp, earning the title of Marine.  It was a time of introspection and some of the guys I served with on social media have been commenting about how we are getting older, that our body is not the same, that there’s wear and tear from service and just growing older.  One of the guys that commented have also been through a lot of injuries while serving.  I was thinking about how some of the guys I served with have changed (coming to Christ, being a better person, etc) while some still remain the crazy wild individuals that haven’t changed much.  Sometimes in my memory I picture myself in uniform the way my face looks like now and when I saw my Marine graduation pictures I realized all the guys look so young, like kids.  And I realize it was a long time ago and I’ve also changed.

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Redeeming Our Thinking about History A God-Centered Approach By Vern Poythress

I have really been enjoying Rooted In Revelation Podcast (Facebook page here) this past year.  It is a podcast that touch on theology, apologetics and Christian living.  This is hosted by Nate Burns.

There’s a recent show on the topic of Christianity and the study of history based upon Dr. Poythress’ new book (pictured above).

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For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Express praise if your Church teach from the Old Testament.

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For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Pray for those who are doing more work at church while others are gone during the Summer.

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For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Praying more people would come to a Biblical view of the Preborn.

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Relationship presup

Personal Relationship are part of the fabric of who we are.  Yet relationships don’t make sense in every worldview.  In fact personal relationships are intelligible and meaningful in a Christian worldview.

On May 21st there was a conference called “Rescue Youth and Young Adult Conference 2022” at Metropolitan Baptist Church at Hollywood Florida.  Speaker James Hanna delivered an excellent message employing Presuppositional Apologetics to drive the point home that relationships presupposes the Biblical worldview.
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For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Minister to those without a father in their life.

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For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Encourage a father going through a hard time with his kids.

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Big mac

 

I saw this news story “Wisconsin man marks 50 years of daily Big Mac meals.”

All kinds of thoughts went through my head.
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For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Praying with those joining the military.

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For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Praying with those who are graduating and anxious with the future.

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For this Sunday here’s what you can do: Listen to someone who lost a loved one in war.

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