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Reasons Why A House Church Is More Effective Than A Traditional Cell Church

The idea of a house church began with the early Christians. It was illegal to practice Christianity at that time, so the church met in homes. However, house churches are not just for people who are trying to avoid persecution. Our dear fellow brothers and sisters in Iran obviously will not agree. In my view, […]

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Jesus, Paul, Peter And Transformational Characteristics

Jesus’ leadership characteristics versus the leadership characteristics of Christian leaders today.   Times magazine (Dec. 06, 1999), designated Jesus Christ as the “man of all millenniums.” I’m sure certain Christians we shocked too! Among the contestants (not that Jesus has any rivals) were Mohammed,  Mohandas Gandhi, Freud, Hitler, Ho Chi Minh, Lenin, Mao Tse-tung, etc… […]

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Biblical Leadership in Perspective

My wife in the kitchen coordinating her other priorities strikes me as leadership. President Volodymyr Zelensky driving his courageous historical stance against the nationalistic tyranny of Putinism (Washington Times, 2007) struck the globe as leadership! Characteristics that strike as most important for ministry   Doubtless, there are more interpretations and characteristics of leadership than there are […]

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“Divine Clues” He’s the One!

Having the wrong partner in your relationship is not something to be taken lightly. It can break your heart, and worse, it can ruin your life, future, and even the people who rely on you. I’ve coached couples professionals for almost twenty years and love helping singles, dating or courting couples. In this post, you […]


How Should You Use the Bible in Apologetics?

We must be cautious about following in their footsteps and avoiding pitfalls and compromises in our witness. That’s because there is a cosmic gravitational pull away from the authority of God’s Word, and it’s as old as the third chapter of Genesis. Apologists are not immune to this temptation. I admire Professor John Lennox’s integrity; […]