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The Transforming Power of Hospitality

Where I found this picture:  Cedar Point Church
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I have been all over the world, and I have often been the recipient of hospitality in my ministry travels. On more than one occasion I have been blown away by the generosity of others.

One of my passions is to spread the ideas of a Biblical Christian Worldview. As I have studied the Bible about this, I have been pleasantly surprised about how many real and practical things can be lived out in day to day life to see the Kingdom of God advanced in the earth!

One of those areas is hospitality!

You might not think you can do much to advance the gospel, but you never know how much is happening when you simply share your life, your home, and basic Christian hospitality with your neighbors.

You might desire to be a great evangelist. You want to see lives changed by the Love of God.

Start with a cup of cold water, a few minutes sitting in your living room over snacks with a neighbor, helping someone carry in their groceries.

A Christian Transformational Worldview starts with the little things!

My heart cry to God:

“Father, I need your heart for my neighbors! I need your heart to have a more open home and a more sharing heart!”

I was inspired to think about this today by this article at

“What if I told you that Christian hospitality was a necessary key to reclaiming our culture for Christ? It may sound a bit extreme, but if you think about it for a minute it makes sense. Influence flows over time to those who serve. As Christians more effectively show hospitality by opening their lives to and serving others they will begin to affect their surrounding communities and culture at a very fundamental level.”  [Read More]

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The Right Way to Receive the Bible

Greetings Friend!

Ways Our Culture Sometimes Receives the Bible:

  • Indifference
  • Mockery and Scoffing
  • Criticism
  • Laziness

Let these wonderful Kimyal people show you the right way to receive the Bible:

Watch on Youtube

This reminds me of when the people of Israel discovered the Book of the Law after their exile as told in the book of Nehemiah. (Nehemiah 8:1-12)

They started with weeping:

“…all the people wept as they heard the words of the Law…”

And ended with rejoicing:

“And all the people went their way to eat and drink and to send portions and to make great rejoicing, because they had understood the words that were declared to them…”

Lord, let me be this hungry for Your Word!

As you contemplate Thanksgiving Season, consider being Thankful for the Bible, God’s Word Revealed To Us! He didn’t leave us in darkness, but gave us light.

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[Archive] Follow Up: The American Indian by R.J. Rushdoony – Interview With Steve Swartz and Lance Box (11/13/2012)

Steve Swartz and Lance Box are interviewed on the Law and Liberty Podcast about the upcoming release of the book The American Indian: A Standing Indictment Against Christianity and Statism in America by R.J Rushdoony. (It is also available as a Kindle download.)

After reading Rushdoony’s book, both of these men were struck by how similar the story of Native American Indians was to the story of Native Australian Aborigines. Both groups of people were highly influenced by a “statist” approach.

(This Podcast episode is a follow up to a previous episode that was embedded with  permission from Chalcedon. Thanks Chalcedon!)

You can also listen at the original source here:


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