Tag Archives: Marketplace Christian

Busy bee

Go to the ant, you sluggard; consider its ways and be wise! Proverbs 6:6 If the Bible tells me to study an ant in order to learn something about being wise, I’m sure I can learn pretty much the same … Continue reading

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Stepping into the Kingdom of God

Labor Day weekend. Can you believe it’s the last official weekend of summer? I haven’t even gotten my barbecue out yet. Does this mean we’ve already had Memorial Day? Most high schools around here have already had their first game. … Continue reading

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God, politics and religion

Today, I am being led to remind myself and all of us that the Lord our God is over all — all nations, all leaders, all political systems, all ideologies — God is God. There is none like Him. He … Continue reading

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Why be cute when you’re already beautiful?

  This was a time when I inadvertently showed you what not to do. My wife pointed it out to me when I read her yesterday’s Catch last night. In yesterday’s Catch, I included a list summarizing Paul’s strategy in … Continue reading

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A message for the marketplace

Any road to understanding marketplace Christianity, or how we need to approach sharing the gospel in the wider world around us, has got to go through Acts 17, that great chapter in the history of the early church which includes … Continue reading

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Living in a post-Christian age

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurial Givers

Today we salute a special kind of giver — a person we often call a philanthropist. This is someone who makes it their ministry to give. Among other gifts, they have the spiritual gift of giving and they are gracious … Continue reading

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Time to join up with the Musketeers!

Similar to the summer blockbuster movies we have become familiar with, the original novel, The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas is the 19th Century version of a buddy movie. It first appeared one chapter at a time in the Parisian … Continue reading

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