relevancy of the church

Is the church becoming culturally irrelevant?  A new report released this week by Barna suggest the answer is ‘yes’.  One hundred and fifty years ago when a town was built the church would be at the center.  Rather than a place of community gathering, the church today is often viewed by officials as a drain…

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We all want “justice to roll down like water” Am. 5:24, but how does that happen?  For many, the Amos analogy feels more like Niagra Falls, than a rolling river.  Some think of justice as the combatting of injustice and injustice is overwhelming.  Others think of justice as an abstract philosophical principal that is difficult…

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