Category Archives: Gospel

39 Is a Difficult Age

Thirty-nine is a difficult age.  This year I decided to buy a Dodge Challenger. Seriously. And I almost did (and I still might). My wife of course explained to me that I just was going through a mid-life crisis.  I … Continue reading

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Little Child of Bethlehem

Tonight as Christians ponder the person of Jesus Christ, specifically his miraculous conception and birth, it is important that we do not stop there.  That holy night was magnificent in itself to be sure, but the full work of God … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Recovering Moralist (a really bad one)

My name is Eric Parker, and I used to think I was something special. One of the dangers of being good at things is that when you compare yourself to others, you come out on top. When I was growing … Continue reading

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