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03-27-17: A Jesus Kind of Church

03-20-17: Bitterness and Resentment

03-13-17: Which Religion is Right?

03-06-17: The Canary in the Coal Mine

02-27-17: No Carry-on Baggage Allowed

02-20-17: I Was Once a Card-Carrying Cult Member

02-13-17: What's So Bad About Cults?

02-06-17: He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

01-30-17: Grace At Church

01-23-17: When Your Dreams Wind Up in the Pit

01-16-17: Son of a Preacher Man

01-09-17: The Pearl of Great Value

01-02-17: Ships That Pass in the Night

12-26-16: Hope in Desperate Times

12-19-16: The Visitor

12-12-16: What if God Was One of Us?

12-05-16: The Gift of Time

 

 

 

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