Monthly Archives: September 2015

Rosh Hashanah

This last weekend, I spoke to my own family and to men and their boys during a breakfast about Rosh Hashanah. It is the new start on the Jewish calendar. And the season reminds me of the following: Our new … Continue reading

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Ecclesiastes 1:1-11

Life is boring and frustrating.  Welcome to philosophy class 101. Observation It is the words of who? The Hebrew word, hebel, is referenced how many times in verse 2 alone? How is each human generation contrasted with the earth? What … Continue reading

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Why another church plant?

1. The multiplication of church plants increase the number of places where people can taste and see that the Lord is good. The Idaho Falls yellow pages list 252 restaurants.  Probably, in the greater Idaho Falls area, including Ucon, Iona, Ammon, … Continue reading

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Why church plant?

Church planting pushes the good news proclamation of Jesus to the forefront.  The pioneering pastors are thinking as missionaries. Ample amounts of prayer and preparation during each week are devoted chiefly to glorifying God through gospel outreach.  For ambassadors of … Continue reading

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A Time to Die

Book Review of A Time to Die (2014) by Nadine Brandes. 389 pages. Published by Enclave Publishing, 5025 N. Central Ave., #635, Phoenix, AZ 85012, Nadine’s dedication: “This book is dedicated to the personal and loving Master of my life, the bringer … Continue reading

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