Category Archives: Current Events

Pray for Restoring Honor

I can’t tell you how disappointed I am that I cannot attend Glenn Beck’s 8/28 Restoring Honor rally. In fact, the inability to go has had me in a bit of a funk. There are very few events I’ve really … Continue reading

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Collective Salvation, part II

So what is collective salvation? If you’re like me, you’ve spent the last two weeks scouring the internet trying to find a clear definition of this elusive doctrine. And, if you’re like me, you’ve been largely unsuccessful. It seems obvious, … Continue reading

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Collective Salvation

There’s been a lot of buzz around the internet about the idea of Collective Salvation–whether or not our President believes in it, whether it is a spiritual or political idea (or somehow both, perhaps), whether it is taught in Scripture, … Continue reading

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Lessons from the June Lyrids

I was disappointed by the weather early this week. Oh, I don’t say it lightly–Lord knows I love thunderstorms!–but I knew that the storm clouds would prevent me from seeing the June Lyrids, which I’ve been looking forward to for … Continue reading

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So. Stupak.

I’ve been putting off writing this blog because I was so disheartened by Representative Bart Stupak’s choices in the Health Care debate. As I’ve said before, I disagree with Stupak on several issues. I, however, have always respected him, always … Continue reading

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