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Theological moorings vs. the winds of adversity

By Dave Henning / December 18, 2019

“But we easily lose our theological moorings when we insist on living horizontally.  When we do, the winds of adversity cause us to drift from what we truly believe.  How much better to choose a response of faith that submits to God’s sovereign will, yielding to His gracious purposes in both giving and taking away […]


Second-order change

By Dave Henning / July 2, 2015

“The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were on when we created them.”- Albert Einstein “Vision starts with visualization.”- Mark Batterson In Chapter 12 (“The Rule Breaker”) of The Grave Robber, Mark Batterson observes that Jesus chose to heal the invalid by the Bethesda pool on the […]


Intellectual idolatry

By Dave Henning / June 10, 2015

In Chapter 3 (“The Lost Miracles”) of The Grave Robber, Mark Batterson notes that Thomas Jefferson invented his own abridged version of Scripture- The Jefferson Bible.  Jefferson’s version reflected his life biases as a child of the Enlightenment.  Because logic and reason were the ideals of the Enlightened mind, miracles had no place in Jefferson’s […]

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