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Evangelicals’ Complicated Relationship With Government

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Spiritually Bi-Polar: The Quest For Healthy Faith Leave a comment Read more »

Spiritually Bi-Polar: The Quest For Healthy Faith

If there is one message I could give to every Christian it would be this, “There should be no anxiety associated with your faith. It can and should be a guilt free experience, cycles of worry and shame are unnecessary.” I’ve written quite a bit…


Conscience: Morality, Change, and Social Responsibility 2 Comments Read more »

Conscience: Morality, Change, and Social Responsibility

Why we need to join forces with the government By Joseph Ellis The following statement may sound odd, especially coming from a former pastor, but here it goes: Lately, I’ve been developing a sense of social conscience and societal responsibility. This sounds weird coming from…


Tales of a Former Crusader: Acts in the Name of Jesus Leave a comment Read more »

Tales of a Former Crusader: Acts in the Name of Jesus

Adventures in Evangelism By Joseph Ellis A friend and I were recently reflecting on our evangelistic experiences. He recalled a time as a young adult when he and a Christian friend felt compelled to “witness” to the women who would be attending an upcoming Chippendales…


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Religion: I’ll buy that.

Free Markets, Church, and Faith By Joseph Ellis I live in a small town in the state of Utah. I’m talking small, about 10,000 people. It’s called Heber, named after the Mormon apostle Heber Kimball; and its located east of the Salt Lake valley in…