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Staying Alive to do Justice

I try to start each day by setting aside about twenty minutes for centering prayer.  I empty my mind of the hundred-and-one things that are apt to start spinning in my head the moment I wake up.  Then, focusin...
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Entrepreneurs for Biblical Justice

In a garage turned into a mini-factory located in a slum on the edge of Santo Domingo, a half-dozen women are singing hymns as they work alongside each other.  These women are the owners of a micro-business th...
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Confusing Our Kids

I catch up on my news in the airport.  Yesterday I watched this obscure story about a second grader in Rhode Island who wore a baseball cap to school with soldiers carrying guns on the front.  The school author...
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Can Civil Disobedience be Christian?

The time may be at hand when we will see an outbreak of civil disobedience being practiced by Christians on a scale that has not been witnessed for decades.  Already there are signs that there are those in the ...
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Commercialization of Ministry

buy cialis online uk.jpg" alt="" width="250" height="250" />This blog post is in response to a tweet comment based on Margot Starbuck's recent post, "" The tweet went something like this: "'A Senior Devil'...
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Being an Oxymoron

A few years back I was a guest on Steven Colbert’s popular television show, The Colbert Report. He introduced me as an Evangelical who is liberal on social issues. Then he added, “He’s a living oxymoron!” Sa...