Monthly Archives: December 2006

Transparency vs. Privacy

One of the qualities of a good Christian leader is the kind of transparency that leads to trust. Jesus Christ is our best example of that. His life and teachings were documented very well, and many people saw and heard … Continue reading

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Miracle Tale of a Christmas Baby

Last year at this time, I was in Manila, staying at a guest house with a precious 10-month-old baby girl, waiting for the legally-required 5 days to pass before I could fly her home to meet the rest of her … Continue reading

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Cultural Relativism and Modesty

I find comfort in the moral absolutes in the Holy Bible. I really do. I like to know what is right and what is wrong. The Ten Commandments are pretty clear to me. So is the Law of Love proclaimed … Continue reading

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Email Postcards and our Web Contact Form

Your normal email is less public than this web posting, but not by as much as you probably think. I’ll not get into how easy it is to intercept unencrypted email, except to say that it is very easy to … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving – it is all about God

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, but also one of my favorite attitudes for any time. God enjoys our thankfulness. Today, I’m thankful because: God answers our prayers. God is good. God is wise. God loves me and my … Continue reading

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