Forgiveness for fools

By David Murrow on August 29, 2015

What do we do with a man who claims to follow Jesus, falls into temptation, even positions himself to sin, but does not succeed?

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Comedy: the key to reaching young men?

By David Murrow on July 27, 2015

Prediction: the next Billy Graham will be a comedian.

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Why informality is suddenly OK

By David Murrow on July 14, 2015

I am curious as to why our world became so informal so fast. Why, even in my lifetime I’ve seen people stop dressing for all but the most solemn occasions. Why so many aspects of politeness have gone by the wayside. Why expediency almost always trumps “doing the right thing.”

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Why gay is suddenly OK

By David Murrow on July 3, 2015

Why have most civilizations been hostile toward homosexuality? Why does the Bible call it “an abomination?” Why is the modern world suddenly accepting this long forbidden practice? And what impact will this have on the church and its men?

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Fight church serves MMA community (video)

By David Murrow on June 23, 2015

Are MMA and Christianity compatible? Watch this video before you decide.

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How to get religion out of politics

By David Murrow on April 7, 2015

There are only three ways to truly insulate the government from religious influence, short of making religion illegal.

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Is self-esteem wrecking church attendance?

By David Murrow on February 24, 2015

A generation bathed in self-esteem is having a hard time integrating into institutional Christianity.

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Will individualism kill corporate worship?

By David Murrow on January 28, 2015

If we come together to do our own thing, why even come together?

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How to not be a hypocrite in 2015

By David Murrow on December 30, 2014

As we enter 2015, I’d like to suggest a simple, 100% effective way to avoid becoming a hypocrite.

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Thanksgiving vs. the outrage machine

By David Murrow on November 26, 2014

The media is becoming one giant, seething outrage machine. It’s making it harder for us to be thankful for all we’ve been given.

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