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The Evangelical, the Damning Statistics, and What To Do About It, Part I

The results are in and they don’t look good. Christianity Today reports on the Sex Lives of Unmarried Evangelicals. The two surveys offer differing numbers, but the conclusion is summarized in this manner: Bible Reading? Evangelicals who infrequently read the Bible were 70 … Continue reading

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Graduation Homily to the Trinitas Class of 2012

The Lord be with you. For those of us who follow the Church Calendar, we are approaching Pentecost Sunday. How appropriate to exhort you in a time when much of the ecclesiastical world is preparing to celebrate the divine fire … Continue reading

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Doxology in Redemption: A Homily for the Graduating Class of Trinitas, 2011 by Rev. Robert Looper

Rev. Looper is the senior pastor of the historic McIlwain Presbyterian Church in Pensacola, Fl. Graduation Homily 2011 Commencement Trinitas Christian School May 26, 2011             Graduates, this is a service of commencement.  What that means is that, though we … Continue reading

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Doxology in Creation: A Homily for the Graduating Class of Trinitas, 2011 by Rev. Uri Brito

Graduation Homily at Trinitas Christian School May, 26th, 2011; Reverend Uriesou T. Brito Students of the Trinitas graduating class of 2011, board of trustees, faculty, parents, grandparents, ladies and gentlemen, the peace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you. … Continue reading

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