Category Archives: Embracing the Suck

Life on the journey has it’s moments and we are not in control of all outcomes.

The Color of Integrity – The Bizarre Story of Rachel Dolezal

      This week’s “Hot Potato” is the matter of Rachel Dolezal who is the embattled Spokane, Wash., NAACP leader accused by her own parents of falsely portraying herself as black for years quit Monday, saying she remains committed … Continue reading

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The Blessings of Brokenness Part 2 of 3: Jesus Christ a Model of Brokenness

                Years ago a pastor gave me a tract that I keep in my bible that is entitled “Brokenness.”  I thought I would pass it on to you hoping that it will become … Continue reading

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A Global Response to Cessationist

            With all the recent controversy and debate surrounding John MacArthur’s recent conference that he presented as “Strange Fire” there has been a swirling amount of theological discourse attempting to grapple the potential rift between … Continue reading

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The Blessings of Brokenness Part 1of 3: The Challenge of Community

Great Article concerning how a posture of brokenness empowers one to conformity to Christ on their Spiritual Formation in Christ! Please give your comments to this post! PastorAlAl Soto has been married to his incredible wife Valerie for 30 years … Continue reading

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Some of My Musings About the Election

Come on People! The world’s most powerful nation as well as Democracy just did something that many nations cannot do and that is exercise the right to vote in order to ratify the transition of governmental power. Many people in … Continue reading

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