Tag Archives: faith

1minion invites God in – resting in God’s arms

Comfort, O comfort my people… Speak tenderly to Jerusalem. Isaiah 40:1-2 From the Washington Post: Despite no real pressure from the Israeli government nor unanimous clamoring in Washington for the move, Trump threw decades of long-standing U.S. policy up in … Continue reading

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Dear Christians – lions don’t care about Jesus

Please stop trying to show the strength of your faith by facing one or more of them. This news story from South Africa’s Kruger National Park: • Zion Church member Alec Ndiwane wanted to show God would save him • … Continue reading

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1minion invites god in – always room for hope

forgive any lack of caps and such as i pick type with broken wrist. this is pg 28 of joyce rupp’s book (see other entries under tag:inviting god in) The lord God will wipe away the tears from all faces. … Continue reading

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Anecdotal evidence is only evidence of anecdotes

“Thousands of miracles” reads part of the CBC headline: Oleskiw opened a prayer centre in her home in 2007, but the origins of that effort date from many years before that. In 1976, Oleskiw was a journeyman carpenter — the … Continue reading

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Update to the posing with Jesus story

I wrote about this back in August so it was nice to see an update to the story about the 14 year old boy who posed with a Jesus statue and made it look like he was getting a blow … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with Christian films

I confess that I had God’s Not Dead here this weekend but I didn’t watch it. I’ll borrow it again at some point, I promise. I’ve been on a Community kick lately and opted to watch that instead. I was … Continue reading

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Linda Ronstadt on belief

I’ve never listened to much Linda Ronstadt, but it sounds like she’s a lady on the ball. She was interviewed recently about her career and choices made to leave her hometown of Tuscon, Arizona in the process. She gave a … Continue reading

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Think you know the bible? There’s a Bible Bee

The first one was in 2009 (I know because I wrote about it) and I see it’s still running. Ken Ham is promoting it on his blog. August marks the start of regionals with the finalists to be head-to-head at … Continue reading

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Animal rights over religious rights in Denmark? That’s interesting.

To say the least… European regulations require animals to be stunned before they are slaughtered, but grants exemptions on religious grounds. For meat to be considered kosher under Jewish law or halal under Islamic law, the animal must be conscious … Continue reading

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I don’t intend to get the “Shut up, Devil!” app

All right for some, maybe, but to a non-believer like myself it sounds pretty damned silly. Also, I don’t have a smartphone. The Shut Up, Devil! app is an innovative resource that puts the power of the Word of God … Continue reading

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