I hate making resolutions. More exercise, healthy eating, and watching less television are grand ideas but let’s get serious. I hate to exercise. I love cheeseburgers and I watch very little television anyway. So, I’ve decided not to make any resolutions this year. Instead, I’ve decided to make a couple of predictions. In 2010, we […]
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Every Christian Lost lover should spend a few hours with Chris Seay’s new book, “The Gospel According to Lost”. Filled with tidbits of plotlines, back-stories, and trivia for Lost connoisseurs, Seay’s new book won’t disappoint. For the diehard fan who silences their cell phone, logs off Facebook, and forgets about Twitter for the entire 60 […]
We don’t know much about them. Scripture says they were from the East. They stood before Herod and inquired of the Christ child, the King of the Jews. Matthew 2:11 tells us that they entered the house where Mary, Joseph, and the baby were, a stark contradiction to the nativity scenes that place them around […]
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December 30th, 1990 wasn’t a good day for a rebellious nineteen year old living in Nashville. It was a Sunday and the anniversary of my father’s death. He had died on December 30, 1980 after a three year struggle with ALS. I always wondered why God would let a good man, a Gospel preacher who […]