Monthly Archives: January 2011

We are not in Eden anymore

One of the things that I love about Bradon Heath’s career so far is that he sings his mind. He sings his story. The places that life takes him, he writes (and sings) about. From “I wish you could see me now” … Continue reading

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Don’t hate me cause I’m beautiful

So many of us try to impress the world (at least our world). We dress a little nicer, we put on some makeup, undergo surgery and other beautifying procedures, we buy the right brands and how dare us not have … Continue reading

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Are we dying?

In a recent conference for pastors I heard a speaker say that within the next 5 to 10 years the two biggest protestant denominations in America would lose 50% of their church-goers. The Southern Baptist Convention claims to have 17 million members … Continue reading

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Global + Local = The Heart of God

There are two kinds of mission emphasis: One is the local ministries, the slums, the lost in our midst, the poverty and misery in our neighborhoods, corners, streets, churches and homes. There also is international missions. People send money out to missionaries, they  … Continue reading

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Church?: A different question

I spent some time yesterday afternoon chatting with a saint named Charlie. Charlie is an older man who has been very serious about his faith and Christian walk all his life. He grew up in Oklahoma but traveled everywhere as … Continue reading

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WHY God?

Many are crying to God right now both in Brazil and Australia… “Why GOD?” Why is my family dying, why have I lost my home, why are my friends in the hospital, why can’t I find my children??? If you … Continue reading

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Dream On Part 2

The dreams that you have today aren’t necessarily for you, they are for the next generation. All the names that I named yesterday, David, Moses, Paul, MLK, and Gandhi — they all dreamed dreams, fought hard and went after whatever dreams were … Continue reading

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