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As a preacher, Glenn's work has mostly been vocal, but we're starting to put some in print. Go to the church website to hear his messages.

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What would you see if you saw our world as God sees it? The New Testament book of Revelation was meant to be one of the most potent and practical in the Bible. But popular interpretations strive to identify specific people and events which simply are not there. When Revelation’s images are recognized as familiar ideas drawn largely from the Old Testament, the book can change the way we live by changing the way we see the world. Revelation was the last message of Jesus Christ. He did not intend to give us a puzzle no one can solve. He designed Revelation as a tapestry of pictures interpreting the spiritual conflict of his expanding kingdom. From God’s perspective, that conflict defines our age. In that sense, Revelation defines us.


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Faith that is alive puts the truth into practice. Christian faith rests upon divine truths woven throughout the Bible. But to become living faith, these truths must inspire a set of convictions that shape the way we live.

What does a life shaped by those truths look like in the real world? Pairing core biblical thruths with character studies from the Old and New Testaments, fourteen simple convictions emerge.

Things like:
All my problems are solved (Paul)
Spiritual growth happens from the inside out (Mary Magdalene)


Should Christians be fighting a "culture war" or does the Bible call us to engage society in more positive and effective ways? Pastor Glenn Parkinson selects seven key texts in both the Old and New Testaments that outline how evangelicals can recapture their potential to enrich life in America.

And those who are wise shall shine like the brightness of the sky above; and those who turn many to righteousness, like the stars forever and ever.
(Daniel 12:3)

For a review of the book, read Stars Forever A Book Review at The Center for Public Justice


God is recruiting leaders for His future kingdom. Eternal life will involve an ever-maturing dominion of creativity, and those who will lead the way then, are those who love to work with Him today.
Far from relegating stewardship simply to meeting church budgets, see it as the way to hear what every believer longs to hear:
“Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things, I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!”
(Matt. 25:21)



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