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On the 24th of each month, through the end of this year, I will post a theological work on a major theme related to the Christian faith. I hope you will find it insightful.
Please check out the archives for the humorous articles posted in 2014 detailing true life incidents from my 18 years experience as a pastor in a country church. Enjoy.
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For various reasons, the Deity of Jesus Christ, as well as the whole of the glorious Trinity, has shown up in much of my preaching of late. Certain sermon topics have taken me there. It is a rich study including … Continue reading
We’ve been talking about the church in America, its shortcomings and needs. We will end this line of thought with the granddaddy of those issues, the drought that is being suffered today in biblical preaching. Do you remember that scene … Continue reading
Let us say that you have stumbled upon the discovery of a miracle pill that would safely take care of all heart disease and strokes. Yep. It has the amazing ability to clean out all arteries and veins, and renew … Continue reading
First, a confession. Here it is: “I, William Jonathan Cole of Marshall, MI, without corrosion of any kind, and of my own freewill, did watch and enjoy the 1960’s television show, Speed Racer.” It first ran when I was 10 years … Continue reading
In America we are well to do. It may not feel that way to you, and you would probably be right. You might even be struggling right now. I’m not challenging that. But I’m not really talking about social class … Continue reading
These are the opening lines to the great Broadway musical, Fiddler on the Roof: “A fiddler on the roof . . . sounds crazy, no? But here, in our little village of Anatevka, you might say, every one of us … Continue reading