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The Ragman

I’ve been teaching and preaching on “The Cross as the Crux of All Human History” through this season of Lent. This week’s focus has been on Christ’s identification with us.  I came across this story that I shared 25 years … Continue reading

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Top 10 Things I’ve Learned About Preaching

I began my preaching ministry as a 21 year old college student.  I still have some of the manuscripts that I wrote for that congregation in the hills of Eastern Kentucky.  The overwhelming feeling that I get when I read … Continue reading

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The Centrality of the Cross and the Spirit’s Power

He went from Athens straight to Corinth. “After this, Paul left Athens and went to Corinth.”  Acts 18:1 What happened in Athens?  Paul stood  and preached in the Areopagus.  We also know it as Mars Hill.  It was the epicenter … Continue reading

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