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Molecular Engineering at its Finest

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I am traveling on vacation this week, so this entry is going to be very short and sweet. I would like you all to watch a short video that amazingly explains how living cells obtain their energy in order to function. ...

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Covenant Theology

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It is a good thing to know that God is the creator and sustainer of both the universe and every living being. It is also good to know that he is the creator and sustainer of covenants with people as well....

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I Did it

Sunday Vlog

Wouldn't it be refreshing to see in our current political environment someone that would stand up and say 'I Did It!' As Christians, we should be the first to confess because we know that Jesus freed us. We loose nothing when we confess, because He took our guilt to the cross....

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Freedom!

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One of my favorite passages in the Scripture is Romans Chapter 8: 1-8. It reads as follows,...

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An Attitude of Gratitude

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The first thing when I wake up each morning is to make a choice, am I going to be grumpy, feel tired and grouchy? Or am I going to start my day with a heart filled with gratitude for being alive and blessed by God? ...

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Is Jesus Lord?

Sunday Vlog

Jesus is the answer, but is He Lord of your life. How do we communicate the value in giving Jesus control of our lives?...

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What is the Standard of Proof?

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In a court of law, the standard of proof is establishment of evidence in order to conclude that something has occurred “beyond a reasonable doubt.” The standard does not go as far as to say “beyond any possible doubt.” I would contend that this same standard should be held when a person comes to investigate the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. ...

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Ambidextrous Faith

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I have recently been reading a book by Phillip Yancey titled Reaching for the Invisible God. In this work, he quotes one of the early church fathers, Gregory of Nyssa stating that “a person’s faith is ambidextrous because he or she should welcome pleasures with the right hand and afflictions with the left, with the understanding that both would serve God’s design for...

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Tepid Christianity

Sunday Vlog

The church today should be passionate, not falling into complacency. We are in danger of being labeled a lukewarm people. Let’s be Hot or Cold, let’s live in the extreme’s. You have the ability to change your temp, no one likes a lukewarm glass of water....

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What about Church Membership Part 3

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In this post, I would like to explore some of the benefits of being a member of a local church in a broad perspective....

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