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Couple Ordered to Stop Holding Bible Study at Home Without Permit – Local News | News Articles | National News | US News – FOXNews.com Posted using ShareThis






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If San Diego County is trying to generate some extra income to balance their deficit, taxing home bible studies is a poor choice. First, most American Christians don’ go to bible studies, so you are dealing with a small group to tax. Second, there is that whole First Amendment thing about the free exercise of […]






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Apparently I am still having some problems my wordpress updage and podpress. The file uploads but doesn’t make it onto Itunes. Let’s see if this works. Download Episode 48 here.






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Nothing like pacing one’s podcasts. This one is about a great podcast mediocre sound quality called Napkin Scribbles with Len Sweet. Len is often called a church futurist, prophet, or, if you like the status quo of living in a church of the 1950s, a pain in the butt. Although we have only met a […]






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In honor of the Hubble getting fixed this week to improve magnification by 70x, here is one of my favorite devotional books. The Hand of God is a collection of Hubble photos match with quotes about the journey of faith in such a vast universe. I highly recommend checking it out. Click on the link […]






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I posted this on Twitter but I can give the full story here. John Armstrong was at a Greek Orthodox monastery with an ecumenical group for some interaction. During one break time one of the evangelical visitors went up to a monk and asked, “Have you made your decision to make Jesus your personal Lord […]






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I have finally joined the brave new world of twitter, so if you want to join the daily journey, you can find me as Tom Lyberg or wiredjesus.






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