Category Archives: Current Affairs

Influential Generation

Just food for thought- In Thom and Jess Rainers’ book “The Millennials: Connecting to America’s Largest Generation,” They suggest that the Millennial Generation (those born between 1980-2000) has become the most influential generation.  Over 78 millions births occurred between 1980-2000. What … Continue reading

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Mosaic Story

Being transparent is not something that comes easy to me. However, with the work that God is doing in my life, He demands total transparency. I know that after I share this I will have some critics, some who doubt … Continue reading

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Summer Reading List

           I am usually not much of a reader, but I have recently found a new appreciation for reading and here is what I have picked so far for my summer reading list. Weird by Craig Groeschel … Continue reading

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Influential Genereation

Just food for thought- In Thom and Jess Rainers’ book “The Millennials: Connecting to America’s Largest Generation,” They suggest that the Millennial Generation (those born between 1980-2000) has become the most influential generation.  Over 78 millions births occurred between 1980-2000. What … Continue reading

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iPad and the Pulpit

  With the release of the iPad 2 a few months ago, the buzz among pastors recently has been about utilizing the iPad from the pulpit. Many pastors have found that the iPad proves very useful for sermon preparation as … Continue reading

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$86,400.00

How would you like to have a bank that just gave you money. This bank deposits $86,400 a day into your account. This money is free for you to use. Free for you to spend however you want. Sound good?However, … Continue reading

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