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CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: The Father I Never Knew – pg. 1 Get Comfortable With the Questions – pg. 2 How Free Do You Want to Be? – pg. 4 God's Not Through With Us Yet – pg. 5 Life's Lava Tubes – pg. 7 Quotes & Connections – pg. 8
Paper or plastic? The answer boils down to personal preference. Many seeing the shortcomings of Christianity say, "I'm spiritual, but I'm not religious and I'm not Christian." Is being spiritual good enough? Is it the same kind of personal preference as "Paper or Plastic?" https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0329.mp3
Can you find spirituality in religion? Can you find the answer in religion? Can religion save you? Can religion answer your deepest needs. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0379.mp3
Good news and bad news. North Americans are becoming more aware of their spiritual needs. The bad news is that religion is thriving. Greg talks about how religion can be a destructive coverup in this first program in a 2 program series. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0378.mp3
What've I got to do to make you love me? What've I got to do to make you care?—Sorry Seems to Be The Hardest Word, Elton John, 1976 Unrequited love normally brings to mind memories of romantic, "puppy love" that failed to hear an echo. But teenage infatuations that end in agonizing, emotional dramas are surpassed in intensity by the crushing heartbreak experienced when, for some reason, a parent or child fails to respond to each other. This is a story of a girl and the relationship she yearned to have with her father. Like many others in her generation, Karen grew up in a home ruled over by an authoritarian veteran of World War 2. Karen, ...
"Our Father's Love" Greg was reminded at a memorial service about the love of God that Jesus lives in us. It's a love that God gives us first before any and all other considerations. Celebrate Father's Day with us! https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/CWR592.mp3 Link to Christianity Without the Religion - Sunday
In Christ, fathers can be gracious without being weak, courageous but not insipid, and strong without being overbearing. As we honor earthly fathers let’s consider what God can do in and through them. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR070.mp3
Fatherhood has fallen on hard times. This Father’s Day we need the viewpoint of God as self-imparting Father wholly devoted to those to whom he gives life. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR018.mp3
Fathers just barely came out on top in a survey of 6-year-olds who were asked which they'd miss most: their favorite TV program or their father. In this age of a typical child-man media father that answer is tragic. But that's not the kind of Father God is. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0224.mp3
Friends and Partner Letter from June 2014 The chief object of education is not to learn things; nay, the chief object of education is to unlearn things. – G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936) The first serious conversation most of us ever have with God is when we realize we are in a world of hurt. Our back is against the wall – we have painted ourselves into a corner and we desire to have a heart-to-heart talk with God so he will get us out of the mess we’re in. Typically, the first time we wanted God to really listen to us was also when we offered him a bargain. Do you remember? Perhaps the first serious discussion you had with God was ...
Call me the "Quester." I've been king over Israel in Jerusalem. I looked most carefully into everything, searched out all that is done on this earth. And let me tell you, there's not much to write home about. God hasn't made it easy for us. I've seen it all and it's nothing but smoke— smoke, and spitting into the wind. Life's a corkscrew that can't be straightened, a minus that won't add up. I said to myself, "I know more and I'm wiser than anyone before me in Jerusalem. I've stockpiled wisdom and knowledge." What I've finally concluded is that so-called wisdom and knowledge are mindless and witless—nothing but spitting into the wind. Much ...
Greg explores the vast chasm between the old covenant and the new covenant and why we desparately need the new covenant. In Jesus, God came to change everything -- giving us a new and much better deal. Don't miss this program! https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0361.mp3