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The Mauna Loa of Scripture

The Mauna Loa of Scripture The volcano of Mauna Loa is actually the largest mountain on earth, three quarters of a mile taller than Mount Everest. Of course, much of that is under water, connecting to an underwater mountain range that forms the rest of the Hawaiian Islands. Similarly, the Jewish Feast of Passover (Seder) […]

Election Time

Election Time After all of the debate and campaigning, it is the time for Floridians to vote in the primary. This election is a significant time for believers to remember that we are “the salt of the earth” and “the light of the world” (Matthew 5:13-16), actively preserving and penetrating as salt and illuminating as […]

Risen…And Rocking Worlds

Risen…And Rocking Worlds We have just held our second “Ultimate Man Day.” The book, Real Men Don’t Eat Quiche, was published some years ago with tongue firmly planted in the cheek. It seems that “real men” also don’t call for a fair catch, buy flight insurance, go to Broadway plays, cry at movies, play Frisbee, […]

Risen…And Rocking Worlds

Risen…And Rocking Worlds Truth has a tendency to rock your world and worldview. That is the only way to explain the incredible transformation of the early disciples from cowards to conquerors and particularly the conversion of the zealous Pharisee, Saul of Tarsus. Janet and I had the pleasure of seeing the film “Risen,” on opening […]

Stranded But Not Abandoned

Stranded But Not Abandoned God and His creation have a way of upending man’s plans. Those of us from First Baptist Church who went to Washington D.C. last week for the Evangelicals for Life Conference and the March for Life were suddenly caught in a record blizzard in Washington, seeing hurricane force winds and over […]