A look at life and ministry.

Category: "Theology Lived"

I Love My Country

  11/07/12 09:35, by , Categories: Church Life, Politics, Theology Lived
So after too many ads, debates, heated discussions, passionate Facebook posts, bedtime phone calls (3 in 5 minutes last night), and other heated CO2 expended, the election is over.   Americans, always predicable, are either reveling or mourning.… more »
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Gingham Dog & Calico Cat

  11/03/12 08:36, by , Categories: Announcements, Church Life, Politics, Theology Lived
To my brothers & sisters in Christ, I know there are many of you who are motivated, not by fear or by hatred, but by simple heart felt conviction that God means what He says. When you are attacked and maligned as being a bigot and being filled with… more »
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Defending Marriage

  10/31/12 17:18, by , Categories: Family, Politics, Living Life, My Life, Dads & Families, Theology Lived, Pastors
Today, and tomorrow,  I will define and defend "traditional" marraige.  Actually, that's a poor phrase, "traditional marriage".   After all, is this about the traditions of men? For me, I have a Biblical marriage, and let me tell you how I defend it.… more »
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Storm Day

  10/30/12 10:28, by , Categories: Living Life, Theology Lived
One of my cousins, posting on my Facebook Wall, mentioned how Superstorm Sandy again demonstrates how God can suddenly bring us to a standstill with just the smallest demonstration of His power.  Sandy was seemingly the most powerful storm ever to hit… more »
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Storm Forcast

  10/25/12 16:05, by , Categories: Announcements, Living Life, Theology Lived, Science
If you haven't heard of Sandy and what this storm means for us on the Atlantic Seaboard, you soon will.  What began as just a possibility a day or so ago has now grown to a 90% probability that northeastern United States is about to get walloped.  I am… more »
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A look at life and ministry.

About the Author

After growing up in Maine, Ira graduated from Bible College and wandered into Western Maine and has never found his way back out. He has a deep love for the rural churches of Maine and the people who make up this great state. He loves Truth over Tradition, Christ over Culture, and People over Process. He love to equip, teach, and disciple and longs to see the Maine church grow healthy and make disciples.


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