Monthly Archives: October 2012

Spiritual AIDS


Stop me if you have heard this story before. Fred is a walking tall Christian.  He has victory in forty-eleven different areas of his life, is powerfully life giving in his sphere of influence and always has fresh cause to … Continue reading

Posted in Spiritual Warfare | 25 Comments

Conflicting Reports


We recently moved all of our audio downloads to a new platform.  We have gotten a couple of reports that the downloads to a Mac do not work.  We think possibly some of the meta data attached to the files … Continue reading

Posted in Website Dynamics | 30 Comments

The Cost of Information


Finding needed data is the stuff of life here at SLG.  It is the bread and butter of a think tank.  You need some raw data before you can think about it and reassemble it.  Thus Firefox, The Theological Wordbook … Continue reading

Posted in Family News | 13 Comments

Which Verb Do You Use?


Holy Communion is our means of reaffirming our covenant with the King.  It is my most treasured symbol in Christianity. There are so many layers of meaning, so many rich facets to the message that 2,000 years after the Lord … Continue reading

Posted in The Kingdom of God, Worship | 23 Comments

A Different Kind of Jubilee


Uganda just celebrated their 50th anniversary of independence from the British Empire. While there were the usual parades, speeches, decorations and promises, their Jubilee celebrations were marked by a very premeditated spiritual focus, with engagement from the First Family all … Continue reading

Posted in Blessing Land, Defining the Spiritual Climate, Erasing the Line Between Secular and Sacred, The Culture, The Kingdom of God | 16 Comments

A Dynamic Tension


As we look at creation, there is an odd factor in the picture and that is time.  Many things have consumptive limits but not time. For some things, the limits are fairly pressing.  Depending on which doomsday report you read, … Continue reading

Posted in Awe, Spiritual Warfare, Worship | 9 Comments