Category Archives: Christianity in the Market Place

If it makes no difference, does it matter?

The following true story demonstrates the great truth found in Daniel 6 – as Daniel, now in his eighties or nineties, is faced with choosing to be faithful in praying publicly to his God, or give in to the laws … Continue reading

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Success and the Christian

I don’t think I know anyone who doesn’t desire success (with the exception of possibly one person). Who doesn’t want to accomplish their goals, finish their tasks, have more of this or that, have more influence, etc.? The problem is … Continue reading

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Bold as Love by Bob Roberts

Bob Roberts’ latest book Bold as Love challenges readers to re-evaluate how they live life. Simply put Bob unpacks what it means to ‘love your neighbor’ boldly, authentically, with truthfulness, in all of life. Bob doesn’t pretend that this bold … Continue reading

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The Easily Offended Person

In a conversation I had the other day someone was greatly disturbed by the fact that I said “2012” when referring to the current year instead of “two thousand twelve.” To this person, this was another sign of theĀ inappropriateĀ and careless … Continue reading

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