Larry’s Blog

Let’s become Bereans

February 15, 2017
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Sometimes we base our understanding of God on our preconceived ideas and our past experiences. Baptists grow up with a Baptist understanding of the scriptures, and the same can be said of Methodists, Lutherans, Charismatics…this list goes on and on. Depending on our church’s denomination or theological perspective, we are convinced that our brand of…

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Remember Laish

February 1, 2017
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There is an obscure story in the Bible about a group of people who lived in the town of Laish. They seemed to be at peace and secure. But they were suddenly attacked and their city was burned to the ground. They had no one to rescue them, because they had no close relationships with anyone…

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How Narrow Is Your Focus?

January 3, 2017
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Someone once said, “Doing the most important thing is always the most important thing.” I have found that those who are successful in life work from a clear sense of priority. Paul the apostle said it like this, “This one thing I do…” (Phil. 3:13). To achieve extraordinary results, we must choose what matters most…

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The Language of the Next Generation

December 21, 2016
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Nearly every revival had a connection to a younger generation, starting in Acts 2 with the young disciples of Jesus. And from young Evan Roberts and the Welsh Revival in Wales in the early 20th century, to the Jesus Movement in America in the 1970’s, a young generation was at the forefront. In the last…

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Refuse to Quit!

December 15, 2016
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We all go through three seasons in life—the honeymoon season, the problem season, and the perseverance-to-victory season. The honeymoon season is the initial start when all is new and exciting. Then we are faced with the reality of struggle. You could call this the problem season; a period of confusion and conflict. The future feels…

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