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Arizona Police Association Invocation
As the Chaplain for the National Border Patrol Council, it was a great opportunity for a grace-based biblically sound evangelistic message utilizing a political platform.
Mr. Gilbert’s theology is energetic and insidious. His belief system does not allow him to rely upon the Gospel of John to find the principles of justification salvation. To him, becoming a Christian has a great cost for men and women – it’s not a free gift. See a current review of this popular book.
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Wonderful time spent with about seventy-five in Casa Grande during the 1st week of March, 2021. No masks, no distancing, no fear! Just courage, conviction and common sense. The church might have something to learn from a secular gathering full of women and men possessing moral compasses. Great group!
International English and Cultural Studies (IECS) Team Final Support Letter
First off, I wanted to thank everyone for all of the support during these past two years. It is because of your investment I was able to be in the classroom of the university and my team was able to teach about 1,000 students during the past two years. Along with teaching students, we were to share the Gospel directly with 24 of those students! My team and I were able to disciple 9 of those students while building friendships with about 75 students. All of this was made possible through the prayers and financial support that you provided me. When it comes to international ministry opportunities, expect the unexpected and be prepared to run into risk. Although this chapter of my life did not end like I had planned it to because of the Chinese Corona Virus, I am thankful for the “moment in time “ I did get and would not trade it for anything.
Northwest Christian University
Living for Christ is not easy to do. There are many times when it is easier to seek the reward and “feel good” of the moment. Ultimately the more promising rewards are those that are eternal. Attending a small Christian college located right next to a big university has given me many valuable insights on the concept of delayed gratification. I get the first-hand experience of watching so many students fall prey to the glorified party life which big universities offer. While it would be very rewarding, recreational and pleasurable in the moment to engage in that specific lifestyle choice, ultimately there is more value in pursuing a lifestyle that is glorifying to Father and useful to Christ.
Game show hosts can say the silliest things. When they get paid to be pastors, their words carry a more dangerous edge. For Mr. Driscoll to say, "There is no such thing as free will. I would go so far as to say it's a demonic deception" and then state, "We are responsible for the choices we make. We do make choices and we're responsible for them"- this is known as a contradiction. In police work we call it "stuck on stupid." The Merriam-Webster dictionary has a simple definition for free will:
NOUN - Definition of free will 1: voluntary choice or decision "I do this of my own free will."
Calvinism then forces the game show host to make a non-biblical statement; "You're not free to decide whether you go to heaven or hell." Have fun selling that to 1.) a 6-year old, 2.) an atheist or 3.) a person with half a brain. Mr. Driscoll appears to be committed to weak theology and flashy entertainment. His investment in the pagan determinism of Augustine and in error-riddled Gnosticism does not seem consistent with the biblical principles of grace and truth. Mr. Driscoll may possibly be better off laying down his agenda and instead pursue Judeo-Christian principles. Jms. 3:1, 2 Tim. 2:15-18, 4:3-4, Titus 1:10-11, Gal. 1:7, Phil. 1:22, Heb. 11:25, Lev. 7:16, Ex. 35:21, 29, Dt. 23:23, Josh 24:15
Biblical Life Strategies:
A practical context-driven interactive study of the biblical text. What does the text say? What did it mean? What does it look like today? Through observation and interpretation we'll discover practical application of timeless truth. Contact Craig Skillicorn at Greenway Shipping (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
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