Tag Archives: Pentecostal

No Regrets

I sat across the table from Leroy and Kathy eating my salad. “There is something wrong with the way the institutional church conducts its business,” said Leroy, a former pastor educated in both Pentecostal and Baptist Colleges. I had come … Continue reading

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Questioning God’s Love

This week I questioned God’s love. Let me be a little more specific. I questioned God’s love for me. Believing God loves others is easy. Believing God loves me is a bridge that I thought I’d crossed in a previous … Continue reading

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God Will Make A Way

Writing about missionaries requires a delicate balance. Those serving in areas hostile to Christianity are subject to persecution, expulsion from the nation and even death if their activities are recorded in a worldwide public forum as the internet. One missionary … Continue reading

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A Five Year Plan

On a trip to Oklahoma, I did an outdoor interview with two pastors on a windy day only to return home and hear nothing but the rushing wind on the video. The videos could not be used. Returning to Oklahoma … Continue reading

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Home Again

A friend gave me Ingrid Green Adams phone number. Ingrid had just published a book of poetry and my friend thought I might be interested in writing Ingrid’s spiritual journey. I was. We met for a MacDonald’s breakfast. I browsed … Continue reading

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