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Contentment is its Own Apologetic

Discontent There’s a virtue that has evaded me for some time. It’s contentment. Whether it is due to my personality or can be blamed on circumstance is often indiscernible, Regardless, I have been guilty of a certain kind of restlessness, a kind I wish to depose. Contentment is its own apologetic but it’s hard to […]

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The Strength of Storytelling

Storytellers past I remember visiting my Grandmother when I was a young. She’d often make fried apple pies and there was nothing like them. Many times when I’d visit, my Great Grandfather, her dad who we all called Grandpaw Henderson, would be sitting at the table. I knew he was about to tell me a […]

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You’ve Got to Stand for Something

Acorns and nuts A preacher would often quote a portion of 1 Corinthians 16:13 at his convenience. “Quit ye like men”, he would say, especially when he was coercing, threatening, or otherwise manipulating someone in the audience. His bloviating wasn’t usually successful considering its less than manly mouthpiece. But, as is the case periodically with […]

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Teach Your Children What Scripture Is

The chief biblical apologetic Teaching your children how to read Scripture is one of the most important responsibilities when raising Godly children. But, intrinsic to understanding how to read Scripture is knowing how to trust it. To do that, it’s important to teach kids why they ought to trust it. But first, you must teach […]