I count all things to be loss in view of the surpassing value of knowing Christ Jesus and count them but rubbish.

Archive for October 2007

Comfort Food

October 25, 2007

Ray Comfort has at long last started a blog. Been wondering what he has been waiting for. As if he is not busy enough. Great title as well! If it is half as good and thoughtful as his other materials we will be blessed.  Check it out by clicking on Rays name or check out […]

False Prophets

October 23, 2007

I was going to blog about this but Fisher of Menbeat me to it. That is ok b/c he has saved me the grunt work. He said what I was thinking and more. Good job. But this really brought home what is happening in this movement. It is really scary b/c some of the signs […]

It Starts on the Inside

October 23, 2007

I receive a weekly newsletter from They have some good articles and helpful illustrations. This week there was an article from the baptist press I thought was worthy of passing on. It talks about what the baptist press has seen as the reasons that churches go from slow to growing and doing the will […]

I think! I think! I think!

October 16, 2007

Last night on CBS Joel Olsteen answered his critics. Once again though I feel he has good intentions he falls short of God’s true message. But that aside I noticed something that I want to point out as a means to encourage each other and not bash this “Life Coach,” as he calls himself. If […]

Million Dollar Dummy

October 9, 2007

Well I am sure the good people at Way of the Master have wondered when this would happen, if it has not already.  My only fear is it will bring some form of backlash from the government and they will try to force WOTM to pull this tract. Here is the link: Man Tried to […]

Blessed are the Feet that Bring Good News

October 8, 2007

   I read this and thought it was one of the most brilliant things I have ever seen. Had to link it over.  Evangie Tales has found a great way to reach a people group they might never meet. They do it all at the low low cost of “Free.” I encourage you to read this […]