All posts by Rev. Frank



Behind the Declaration

The text of the Declaration of Independence (and for that matter, the laws set forth in the U.S. Constitution) did not emerge out of a moral vacuum unrelated to the writers' own beliefs, but rather are the product of the reasonings of those who created them...

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Flawlessly Flawed

How many times do we walk away from our blessing because it doesn’t look like the perfect thing we had envisioned? Here’s where discernment may come in. We live in a flawed world with flawed people frustrating and chaffing us on a regular basis. Do we have enough insight to embrace and take hold of a flawed person and work to fashion redemption and greatness?

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Your Thoughts-Your Ways

From Frank's Desk... My father-in-law, Lyn’s dad, had a theme song. Everyone knew it, and they honored him with it as the background of a slideshow at his retirement. I Did It My Way sung by Frank Sinatra. The Bible says that what’s good, though, is GOD DOING IT HIS WAY! “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways, says the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, And My thoughts than your thoughts.” Isaiah 55: 8-9

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While You Wait

In the last post, Lyn discussed BITTER/SWEET PROMISES, those sweet promises we receive (through Prophetic Dreams, Prophetic Words, or the Scripture) that don’t look like they’re going to come to pass, but eventually and with significant testing and battle… do. Sometimes the Lord promises us something sweet, and a season which could be termed bitter stands between us and the fulfillment. So how do we handle those seasons… those seasons of waiting? Waiting is something most of us hope to avoid because we’re not naturally equipped to actually get into the “waiting” mode. Why? Well, it defies what we’re all …

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My Dark Season

I Thought You Might Want to Know Hi, this is Frank, one of the founders of this website. If you’ve ever read my bio, you might have noticed a Nebuchadnezzar experience that I survived, and you might be wondering what that was. I refer to the ordeal as my Nebuchadnezzar experience for a couple of reasons. One is that I simply can’t think of another term that expresses the depth of the trial. The term comes from Daniel 4:31-34 in the Bible where the Babylonian king was humbled for seven years and then restored, “He was driven away from people …

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