Monthly Archives: August 2016

Achy Breaky Demons (8-29-16)

  Monday, August 29, 2016   Billy Ray Cyrus and daughter Miley. I’m not a fan of Billy Ray Cyrus. And I definitely don’t consider his early 90s song “Achy Breaky Heart” on my best-listening list. But I’ve wondered why … Continue reading

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Exorcism Accepted (8-22-16)

  Monday, August 22, 2016   I have a dream that, in my lifetime, exorcism and inner healing will finally come out of the shadows of the evangelical church and receive mainstream acceptance. I realize this is a lot to … Continue reading

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Why Territorial Demons? (8-15-16)

  Monday, August 15, 2016     Some call it “territorial spiritual warfare.” It’s the idea that God has called us to wage warfare in the heavens and pull down demonic, geographical strongholds. On the surface it sounds good. Wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Tim LaHaye Was My Friend (8-8-16)

  Monday, August 8, 2016   Tim LaHaye, the late pastor, author, and Christian statesman   Not many people know that Tim Lahaye was my friend. A personal friend. When he died on July 25 it brought great sadness to … Continue reading

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Should Christians Drink? (8-1-16)

  Monday, August 1, 2016 An acceptable activity for Christians?   In recent years it has become increasingly fashionable for Christians to drink alcohol. In some “emerging” churches (cool, hip, “evangelical”) men’s Bible study groups meet at bars. The mere … Continue reading

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