Finding Meaning – Objective and Subjective Approaches

Meaning, like truth, has both objective and subjective components. Over the centuries, wise men, spiritualists, and philosophers have observed the human condition and concluded that certain principles and practices lead to relative ruin and unhappiness, while others lead to meaning and satisfaction. This is why...

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Rumor: Jonny Lang a Christian?

For those unfamiliar with Jonny Lang, he is a phenomenal young blues guiatarist and vocalist. We went to see him this past week, and surprisingly, he sang some very Christian songs. First, he sang Stevie Wonder’s "Have a Talk With God." Someone from the crowd...

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Even More Reflections on Worship

Some fun autobiographical questions for worship leaders. 1. How did you get into worship ministry? How long have you been a part of the worship ministry? a. Getting Started I never knew I had any kind of musical ability until *after* I became a Christian...

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Wear the Ten Commandments? Yeah.

With all the bruhaha regarding the ten commandments on public property, I set up www.display-the-ten.com with ten commandments merchandise. At the very least, us private citizens can keep God’s law in front of us. My favorite items include: "Thou shalt not kill" on a baby’s...

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Christianity and Healing Depression – Part 2

Part 1 – Treating Physical Causes of Depression Part 2 – TREATING EMOTIONAL AND SPIRITUAL CAUSES OF DEPRESSION Secondly, you should explore the EMOTIONAL and SPIRITUAL roots of your depression. This can be done in many ways. The first, of course, is to see a...

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Christianity and Healing Depression – Part 1

The first approach one should take to treating depression is that of treating physical causes. By addressing these, you can elminate them as causes and move on to emotional and spiritual issues. How are your diet and your sleep? You need to improve these first...

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