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Why Walls Won’t Work

By Skip Moen, Ph.D. | Feb 13, 2007

History shows that the growth of who followed Jesus was faster during the first three centuries after His death than any other period.  Of course, since that time a larger number of people have claimed Jesus as their Savior, but even though the total numbers are bigger, the rate of growth has never been the…

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Wilderness Politics

By Skip Moen, Ph.D. | Feb 8, 2007

I just can’t stand it anymore.  Aren’t you sick and tired of the constant accusations, lies, finger pointing and platitudes in this election?  I can’t remember when it was so vitriolic and so insistent.  Maybe there is a point to it all, but as far as I can see, the only purpose is power.  And…

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WHAT IF

By Skip Moen, Ph.D. | Jan 8, 2007

What do you think your life would be like if: you really believed that God is the sovereign ruler of every single event and action and thing in the universe you knew that every single thing that happens in your life is because God wants it to happen you treated God as the sole owner…

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Walking the Valley

By Skip Moen, Ph.D. | Jan 5, 2007

How do I begin?  This is one of the most difficult days for me.  I am certainly becoming a part of the life of that Man of sorrow and grief.  I remember a daily devotional from Oswald Chambers book.  It said that we often find ourselves trying to hang on to the mountain top experiences…

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Useless

By Skip Moen, Ph.D. | Jan 1, 2007

In the last three years, Job and I have become well acquainted.  I don’t qualify for the Job award prior to his disaster.  I was not upright and blameless, fearing God and shunning evil.  It’s more than likely that the disaster that came into my life can be traced to a long history of disobedience. …

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