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Daily “Studdly” Statement

  "True religion is a very practical thing if we do not adulterate it." C.T. Studd was a missionary to China, India, and Africa in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. Studd had some amazing things to say…and I’d love to share some of those

Daily “Studdly” Statement

  "The best training for a soldier of Christ is not merely a theological college. They always seem to turn out sausages of varying lengths, tied at each end, without the glorious freedom a Christian ought to abound and rejoice in. You see, when in

“Studd-ly” Statements

  "Some want to live within the sound of church or chapel bell; I want to run a rescue shop within a yard of hell." C.T. Studd was a missionary to China, India, and Africa in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. Studd had some amazing things to say…and

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Social Networking

How interesting this past year has been! During the past year I was introduced to two rather interesting forms of “networking” – Facebook and Twitter. At first, these two mediums (especially Twitter) seems a little strange. “Why would anyone in their right minds just openly

Praising God For Pocket Lint

In his book “In a Pit With a Lion on a Snowy Day” author Mark Batterson makes a statement comparing two differnt types of people: I think there are basically two types of people in the world: complainers and worshipers. And there isn’t much circumstantial

Wild Goose Chase

This Sunday, I get to start my new journey heading on a Wild Goose Chase. This is a new book by an awesome guy named MarkBatterson. I encourage you to go out and pick up a copy of the book yourself and learn more about