I’ve been preparing for my overseas trip to teach at an undisclosed location.  If God leads you, pray for my studies and preparation.

Also if you are interested in contributing a guest post while I am away it is still not too late!  Check out this post: Want to Write a Guest Posts for Our Blog for Fall 2018?


HeartCry is a missionary organization led by Paul Washer.  They recently posted a video that should lead us to pray for the Persecuted Church in Asia.

The ending is really good.  Everything about it capture my heartbeat.

I don’t watch UFC or MMA fights but I want to talk about something to make a spiritual point.

This weekend’s UFC 229 became big news and trending on social media because of the Khabib Nurmagomedov versus Conor McGregor fight.  If you didn’t know Russian Khabib Nurmagomedov defeated Irishman Conor McGregor.  I’m no fan of McGregor; he’s vulgar, crass and plainly has no class.  I’m happy he was defeated.  I’m sympathetic with Nurmagomedov.  But Nurmagomedov then did something shocking.  After his victory he spit at McGregor.  He then threw his mouth piece and jumped out of the octagon to attack someone on McGregor’s camp.  Chaos followed.  Sadly so many times in moments of passion and rage people don’t think about the consequences beyond the heat of the moment.  He might even be stripped of his victory.

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One day believers in Jesus Christ will be in the New Heaven and New Earth.  Believers will have a glorified body.

Here’s a witty ditty to keep that in mind:

Here’s the ditty again:

One Day we will no longer be in our body of sin,

And will see Jesus Incarnate in flesh and skin

Imagine that day when we are free from our sin nature.

Imagine that day when we will meet our Savior face to face.

Here are links on Presuppositional apologetics or be interesting to those interested in Presuppositional apologetics that were gathered from the world wide web between October 1st-7th, 2018!

1.) Math Requires God

2.) Analysis of Rachel Held Evan’s Book “Inspired” Part 8: Chapter 6

3.) The argument from numbers

4.) Questions on Presuppositionalism


6.) Response to “I Stopped Believing In God After Pastoring A Megachurch” Buzzfeed


8.) Jesus Is Risen: Paul, the Apostles and the Church

9.) Feelings Now Acceptable As Answers To Math Problems


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Yesterday I was asked to do a future funeral.

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One way to prepare for Church on Sunday is to pray for your time at Church on Sunday!  For some Saturday is busy with preparing sermons, Sunday school lessons and children instruction.  Take that time to pray for your ministry but also consider also praying for the church overall, that God would use you and the rest of the members to build up believers and glorify God through worship on Sunday.

It’s Saturday, Pray for your Church on Sunday!