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My First Last Bottle

At around 9 o’clock this past Saturday night, I found myself lying on the bed, sobbing uncontrollably. I should have known it would have that kind of an effect on me, but I didn’t expect it to feel so much like pain. The aching feeling in my chest was almost unbearable. The best way I can describe it would be “grief”… but without the accompanying feeling of despair. I did, however, feel an overwhelming sense of loss. Only, I hadn’t lost a close friend or dear relative… I had lost something else….

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Graciously Persuasive

Admit it.

You love to argue.

It’s OK. Most of us who are interested in Apologetics do. In fact, it is probably your love for a hearty debate that attracted you to Apologetics in the first place.

It seems to be a common personality trait of those of us who valiantly refer to ourselves as “Defenders of the Faith.” Even when you are not discussing Christianity, you are debating sports…. or politics… or recipes… or whatever you can sink your logical teeth into. It was only natural that you should take this hobby and apply it to your call to evangelism. It is for you (and myself) that I offer this word of advice…

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A Semester Abroad

In the Spring of 2009, my wife and I lived in Genoa, Italy for almost 6 months while I studied architecture at Clemson University’s Charles E. Daniel Center. We had only been married for six months before we moved there. It was an incredible experience and we wrote about it while we were there…

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What Saddens Me the Most

I am saddened that the candidate I voted for was not elected…

I am saddened that the political party that most closely reflects my personal views will not be represented in the white house…

I am saddened that the political party that supports beliefs directly opposed to many fundamental Christian principles has majority control of the senate…

However…

What saddens me the most is simply this…