Jim Shempert

The Journey of Fatherhood

There are many different kinds of fathers in many different situations. But God has called all fathers to play an important role in their children's lives.
Jim Shempert

Easter Message in Tattoos

The best thing about Easter is that it leveled the playing field for everyone. Our Hope has come. Our Salvation is secure in the One who died to procure it.
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Didn't Even Stop at the Gate

It bears the question, if one man can do so much for the Gospel, what am I doing?
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More than Sunday

Faith requires action on more than one day of the week.
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What happens when the monuments are gone?

Until America begins to work on its heart problem none of these half-measures will be enough.
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I am Hugh Freeze

If he came into my church, what would be my response? Would I look down my nose at him? Whisper under my breath “what is he doing here?” Or, would I offer to go to the altar and pray with him?
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Lessons from Avery

My children’s minister, in her motherly way told me to quit worrying, that God would work it out. You would think the guy teaching that lesson would know that. It’s always easier to be afraid of a situation when you don’t know the folks involved.
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What Happened to Fearing Sin and Desiring God?

When Christian leaders labor to excuse sin rather than beg people to flee from it they destroy a key purpose for the church's existence.
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Only a matter of time...

The fleeting nature of time has been in the forefront of my mind. A friend's daughter was killed recently by a drunk driver. How should a dad respond to such tragedy?
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Thank you for 15k!!!

One Million Dads started with 2 guys, new fathers, who wanted to make an impact for the kingdom. We saw a great need to encourage Christian fathers. In a society that thrives on stark individualism, we felt a need to say, “Hey, we know what you are going through.”
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I hope my daughter is not a "radical feminist"

I love my daughter. She is the apple of my eye. She is my princess. I can honestly say that she has had me wrapped around her little finger since the day the doctor handed her to me. One prayer I have is that I hope she doesn’t turn out to be a “radical feminist”.
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What I want to teach my child about Donald Trump

I hope, for my child’s sake, that Donald Trump’s presidency is a successful one. His is a unique presidency to say the least. Yet, we will all take part in the residual affects whether we voted for him or not. Christians, though we feel victorious now, would do well to remember that it is on our knees that we are saved and not through the ballot box.
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The World Needs more Dabo Swinney

What would the church look like if we truly gave God his due? What if, instead of trying to climb the ladder at work, trying to get on a certain committee at church, or attain some goal that we think will make us happy, we truly honored Him first in all things?
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What I want to teach my child about Thanksgiving

I am overwhelmingly blessed, not because of where I live, or what I have, but because of Who loves me. The God of Heaven, who knows the end of time as well as He knows the beginning, loves and cares for me. He constantly calls me to Him through His Son. If that weren’t enough, He balanced the scales eternally in my favor through the death of His Son.
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Missing the Point

After the turkey and dressing of Thanksgiving, it is easy to get caught up in what we are told is important during the Christmas season and lose sight of what is truly valuable. Make sure you don't miss the point this Christmas.
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Trump is not the Messiah

My allegiance to Donald Trump is not fixed. If Donald Trump sticks to the plans that he so convincingly spouted on the campaign trail, then my support for him may grow. If he abandons those and becomes just another Washington politician, then he will lose my support. Along with many like me, and in 2020, he will be defeated. Christians voted in large numbers this election, without us, the Republican Party has no base.
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Wave after wave of Grace

Sitting at the edge of the ocean, God’s message to me was not one of “press on” but of realization of my smallness in His grand scheme of things. All my stresses and worries were smaller than one of those grains of sand that I was standing on.
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The shame of saying No to God

How can I call myself a follower of Him, when I choose to ignore His direct commands?
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A Monster's Gonna Get Me

My attempt to instill confidence in her is nothing compared to the confidence that God provides for those who are in Him.
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A House Divided Against Itself

Is it possible to remain united in America with the politics of division showing no sign of letting up?
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Once More Into the Fray

Fostered by criticism from the president, disdain for and attacks upon law enforcement have skyrocketed. Police need our prayers and help.
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Stop and take the picture!

Slow down. Tell her you love her. Get a babysitter and blow some money on an expensive dinner. Send her some flowers because it’s Wednesday. Pull over on the side of the road and take a picture at sunset. Not because it makes sense, but because she is worth it.
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Come Quickly, Lord Jesus

Often tragedies leave us with questions that have no answers. For the Christians, the only response we have is to cry out, "Come quickly, Lord Jesus."
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The Ministry of Mowing

Often, the big things for God are the small things we do sacrificially for others.
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Happy Father's Day!

“A good father is one of the most unsung, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society.” We should never take for granted the lofty place that we hold. God has granted us one of His most precious angels to raise, provide for, and protect. It is not a position to be taken lightly.
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Orthodox Faith Not for Liberals

A god who is all love, all grace, all mercy, no sovereignty, no justice, no holiness, and no wrath is an idol.
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The Mockingbird and the Target Boycott

The bird that was attacking me gave no consideration of my marked size advantage. All the bird saw was the threat to its family. It gave no consideration to the names that it would be called, gave no consideration to my feelings, and took no care with the opinions of other birds on the matter. It relentlessly placed itself between me and its family until the threat in its mind was removed.
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Living in a Romans 1 World

It is because the light separates from the darkness that is worth going towards. It’s worth fighting for. It’s worth giving everything in pursuit of. If that doesn’t sound appealing to you, then Christianity is not for you.
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Why she's worth it

What will your legacy be to those you leave behind? Will they say that you made them feel worthwhile? Will they know they were worth it?
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You, Your Preacher, and Jesus

In the end, it is not our pastor, our bishops, elders, deacons, etc., who will stand before Jesus. If you believe what the Bible teaches (and if you don’t I’m not sure why you would call yourself a Christian), you realize that Christ is our ultimate Judge. Whether you believe what the Word says or not, you will be judged by it. Denying Christ, whether it be by unbelief or by changing Scripture and calling sin good, ends the same way.
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Do you know how much God loves you?

Maybe you have been so involved with “being a Christian” that you have forgotten the Christ that you serve. Maybe you have been spiritually feeding others so much that you have not fed yourself. Or maybe, you have no relationship with Him at all. You don’t understand this Christian thing, and you think it’s not for you. Christ has the same solution for all of the above.
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The Idolatry of "My Jesus"

Please realize the sovereignty of the One you reference when you say “My Jesus says.” Make sure that you have not created an idol in your mind of who Jesus is. If you are referencing the only Son of God that died on Calvary as the sin ransom for man, that’s one thing. If you are referencing a weak, westernized, no consequences for our sin Jesus, it’s not Jesus that you are worshiping.
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Abandoning everything for Jesus

In the same way that I walked away from people who would have been a negative influence in my life, I had to shake loose the comfort of my Christianity. Christianity is not meant to be comfortable. When you fervently embrace your relationship with Christ, your biggest detractors might possibly end up being your church members. Your fire will threaten their comfortable Jesus.
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"You Were with the Nazarene!"

Peter had been following Jesus since the beginning of His ministry. He had a front row seat to the stories that we teach our children. Peter saw with his own eyes those who were healed, the blind who were given sight, and even the dead who came back to life. Yet, the thought of his own death was enough to make him fall away.
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I Am the Reason Jesus Had to Die

We can sing about “the Old Rugged Cross” and “Up from the grave He arose,” but are we honest enough to ourselves to admit the cause? Are we willing to look at ourselves in the mirror, strip ourselves of the title of a “good Christian” and throw ourselves at the foot of the Cross to see that it is because of me that Christ had to die?
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What I Want to Teach My Child About Politics

Admittedly, I am glad that my child is not to an age of understanding during this election season. I am thankful that this time around, I will not have to answer questions that she has about politics. Honestly, I am faced with several questions myself, that I just don’t have the answer to right now.
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Sometimes, Daddy Can't Fix It

If I am to be a follower of Christ, I must first be humbled before God. I must turn my eyes to the Author of Life before facing any situation. I must teach my child, that in my own power, I am nothing. I must teach her though too, of One that is able to answer her every need. One that longs to be gracious to her.
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You can't do this without me!

Too often in my own life, when I am facing a climb I try to do it under my own will. My rebellious nature is to look at God and say, “You know what Big Guy, take a water break on this, I got it.” I am far too guilty of the idolatry of self. I think that I am capable under my own power of doing anything. When in reality, everything I face, be it a hard climb, or straight pathways, God is with me, His hand never far from me to catch me when I fall.
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Should We Sacrifice Our Faith to Win?

If you are a Christian and are choosing to vote for Trump, I am not trying to dissuade you of that. That’s between you and God. What I am saying is that Christians cannot support Trump based on his faith, as there is no fruit there to observe.
Jim Shempert

A Valentine's Guide for Women

Ties are a great gift, but using Valentine's to touch the heart of your beloved would be even greater.
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What I Want to Teach My Child About Racism

For the Christian, it is our duty to preach to the world that only one color matters anymore. Black, White, Yellow, Brown, Green, or Purple, one color makes you acceptable in the eyes of God. That is the red blood of Jesus Christ.
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Make Sure You Love On Momma

It is important as men to make sure that our wives know that we love them. It is our duty to provide for our families, but it should be our joy to love them. In a world that no longer values faithfulness, if you do not, someone will take your place.
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"I'll just stay in my pew"

We cannot layout a list of rules to a dead person first. Reason being, the dead don’t know they are dead until they receive the Life that Christ provides. Grace, mercy, and forgiveness of sins must be communicated. Anything else, and you make yourself a hypocrite because that is the message that Christ communicated to you.
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What Are You Scared Of?

In a world given over to evil the only thing that can change it is Christians standing up and leading. I don’t carry to feel like Wyatt Earp. I carry because I refuse to allow darkness to overcome the light. It is my job to stand against evil. Even if it costs me everything.
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"Stick with Love. Hate Is Too Great a Burden to Bear."

God, in his infinite wisdom, called a man who could lead, and lead well, at a time when this nation sorely needed guidance.
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My Daddy Take Care of Me

My stake in salvation is based on Christ’s love for me. In your prayer life, instead of appearing before a judge, appear before a loving Father. One who paid the ultimate cost to show you that He loved you. Know, that your Father will “take care of me” even until the ends of the Earth.
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On Government and Faith

Everything rests in that tiny baby boy. That does not mean that we secede from the world and wait for death or rapture. It means that we seek to shape our world into a reflection of Christ’s kingdom. We seek to live justly and love mercy as Christ does.
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The Undeserved Gift of Christmas

So God, the Creator of all that is, or was, or will be decided to provide the One sacrifice that would span time. He decided to give His Son as that Lamb. A sacrifice that could not be ignored. A sacrifice that would cleanse us all. A sacrifice that would forever stand as the Way back to God. A gift that we did not deserve, nor could ever justify.
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I Am a Christian. I Have a Firearm.

I am a husband and a father. Going home to my family is the best part of my day. I owe them a long life of support, teaching, and nurture. I also owe them protection. I have no desire to die in a firefight with someone who wishes me ill. However, my faith and upbringing would compel me to run towards the sound of danger. I will engage the enemy to protect the innocent. I will stand against evil, even if I am the only one to do so.
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See you that Lion!

Christian, see you that Lion. He is more than able to handle anything the world throws at Him. For two thousand years and counting man has tried his best to kill Him and has failed miserably each time. The Lion of the tribe of Judah does not need defending nor changing. He is perfect. His Word is perfect. He is the dividing line between life and death.
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"We Are All Equal and God Loves You"

Faithful Christians are not tasked with correcting every wrong in the world. Rather, we are to keep the message of salvation in Jesus Christ as our top priority.
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When All the Boxes Are Gone

As a father, I realize every day what a finite amount of time that I have in my daughter’s life. Each day, she gets a little smarter and starts to need me less. I am the bar by which she will measure all the men in her life. The example that I set for her now will be what she selects a husband by. How she sees her mother and I respond to each other, is how she will respond to her spouse. Good and bad, the job I do as a father will be how she raises her child.
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Physically Present, Emotionally Absent

Parents like to say, “What’s wrong with kids these days?” Maybe, it’s parents who are physically present but emotionally absent.
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The Bow Tie Epiphany

Disagreements among Christians are going to happen. It’s safe to say, that God is capable of handling the petty squabbles of man. What He should not have to handle, is people who would have come to the message of Christ, had it not been for the actions of some of the Church.
Jim Shempert

I Will Have Mercy, Not Sacrifice

A real-life encounter with a chiding stranger reminds one Christian about the importance of speaking the truth in love.
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The Bitterness of My Sin

On those "bad" days, I look up from my sin, the blackness of my woe and that is when I see the true nature of God. The bitterness of my sin is not satiated. There is no cosmic whiteout that makes everything ok. My sin, as detestable as it is, is transferred to a perfect Lamb. A sacrifice that I am not deserving of, or can accurately describe.
Jim Shempert

You’re Mad at God, Not Me

When personal "theologies" collide with the truth of Scripture, being angry at God is often the result, thus one's need for Christ becomes even clearer.
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Live your own Truth?

What good is hearing the truth if you do not understand? What good is trusting in something that is not the truth? What good exists in placing your eternal destination in an idol you have created in your mind? American culture is so afraid of the least bit of criticism nowadays, that we have created a social construct of accepting absolutely everything, as long as there are no absolutes. There can be no absolute right or wrong, or the whole thing falls apart. America has placed her faith in the fact that “you are ok, and I am ok, and we are all ok.”
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Such a Time as This

But, is that what He truly called you to? To accept the salvation of Christ, then hide in a hole until He returns? If that were the case, Christianity would not have spread all over the world. If that were the case, thousands of Christian martyrs died for nothing. If that was the case, the Christ, died only for a few. This is something I can’t believe, nor can I align that thinking with Scripture.
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When Faith Is All You Have

What if all your best-laid plans get torn out from underneath you at a moment’s notice? What if everything you hold dear was taken away from you tomorrow? Would you still call yourself a Christian? Would you run from God as Jonah did? Would you pray for divine guidance? Would you pray that God’s will be done, even in the most horrible of circumstances? Would you cling fast to the hope that though this world is hard, those who follow Christ have a better future awaiting them?
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He is just a man, like me...

The sacrifice of Christ puts us all on the same footing. You, I, Pope Francis, Barrack Obama, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are all on the same footing before God. We all stand guilty of sin before a holy God. We are all incapable of saving ourselves. We are all in desperate need of a Savior. We will all be asked to give an account of our lives. And in the end, the only question that bears answering is: Did you know Christ as your Savior?
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"I Am God"

Jesus says that he will turn away those who are not truly His followers. This contradicts with the hippy Jesus image that a lot of churches paint nowadays. The “God is love” statement is true, but only when contrasted against the “God is just” statement. God is both love and justice.
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Just Let Go

“Just let go?” I have a mortgage, car payments, a stack of medical bills taller than the guide is, a wife and a child that depend on my paycheck to eat and you want me to trust you to fall into a cavern that I can’t see? This too is the way it is with Christ. Life for the Christian is by no means a picnic. Once one declares oneself separate from the world, all the world turns against him. Satan endeavors to make him reject his choice to follow Christ. At times, all the world seems arrayed against the faithful.
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The Divided States of America

Here’s my manifesto: #blacklivesmatter, #bluelivesmatter, #unbornlivesmatter, #gaylivesmatter, #Christianlivesmatter. All life matters. I’ll say that again, ALL LIFE MATTERS. It matters because God says it matters. It matters because God’s Son gave His life, so that you can live. This is what Jesus says about life, “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life and have it to the full (John 10:10)” Jesus believed in life, both here on earth, and in the Kingdom to come.
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Life Ain't Always Beautiful

When darkness invades your world, and believe me at one point or another, it will. What is your hope? Mine is in the One who says, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest (Matthew 11:28.)” Mine is in the One who says, “And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age (Matthew 28:20)” Mine is in the One who says, “"I am making everything new!" Then he said, "Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true. (Revelation 21:5)”
Jim Shempert

Politics and the Church...Should They Meet?

Should the church speak up on every issue? I think the situation dictates the response. There are some clear-cut issues where the Church should weigh in on the political arena. If you “turn off” your Christianity, when you hit the doors of the Church, then you are not a Christian, you are a member of a social club.
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Are You One of Those Crazy Jesus People?

I’m not called to be Billy Graham, but I am called to tell everyone what I know. That salvation is free and plentiful. That there is no sin that can separate you from God through the sacrifice of His Son. That there is more grace in God than there is sin in the world but that it is your choice to accept or reject it. The choice is yours.
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Compelled to Share

Should we abandon our evangelical mission of preaching the Gospel, just because the world has turned against it? Absolutely not! If anything, that should motivate the Christian to present the world with the Gospel all the more. I will not be asked to give an account of whether Tom or Sally accepted the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I will, however, be asked to answer for how I knew the forgiveness of Christ, the majesty of the Gospel, but not preach it to a lost and dying world.
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You Can't Have One Without the Other

Faithfulness to the Gospel message means not leaving out the parts that make us uncomfortable.
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Fury, Part 2

The question now becomes, will the seven-second attention span of most Americans even register this event, or are we so numb that even this will pass? Will we take this opportunity to demand that our representatives actually represent the will of the people, or will we allow the Washington cartel to do nothing while this country gets closer and closer to hell?
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Fury

What will it take for the American church to fully engage against abortion?
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The Heart of a Servant

To God, we are dust, a breath, nothing in the light of eternity. Yet, He loves us. What God wants far more than your abilities, is your obedience.
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Of Shellfish and Polyester: The More You Know

“So you are a Christian? Guess you can’t eat shellfish then! Hypocrites!!!” “Guess you can’t eat bacon either!” “Wear any garment of mixed cloth?” “Have a tattoo? Guess what you are a sinner!!” These are all comments that have posted recently concerning blogs about the recent SCOTUS decision or just the terrible direction our nation seems to be heading. They are based in one place: ignorance of the Bible.
Jim Shempert

Are we headed for Civil War?

I am not saying that the road will be easy. As a matter of fact, where I sit currently, America is in the fast lane to hell and has stomped its foot on the gas pedal. But the concerns of this world, are not the concerns of a true Christian. True Christianity, is reflecting your Savior, standing for truth, preaching the Gospel, and bringing light to the darkness.
Jim Shempert

Swimming Pool Theology

As a Christian, you hold the message of Truth. The world that is so lost in its sin needs the truth. How can we present a dark world the Light if we hide in a hole in the ground? If you hold the light, and cover it up, can it be seen any longer?
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The best thing my father ever told me

When He looks at me, He sees someone who His Son died to save. He sees someone who He gave His most loved possession over to death to save. Father, son, brother, Christian or not, the love of the Father is this, He gave His best to save you. The kicker is, He would do it all over again just for you.
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Why Call Yourself a Christian?

The way many today define "Christian" would probably be unrecognizable to those throughout history who have had to answer for their understanding of the word.
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"Daddy, Hold Me"

You may be a manly man, but maybe what you are missing in your relationship with God is the ability to let Him be your Father. Maybe what you need to do, is simply pray, “Daddy, Hold me.”
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Be careful little eyes what you see

Here it is, another one of those swimsuit blogs. Except, it’s not. This has nothing to do with shaming women for their bathing suit choices.
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Thank you for your service...

America desperately needs to return, both politically and socially, to the One who has guided her to being the greatest nation in the world. To quote Ronald Reagan/John Winthrop again, America was once “a shining city on the hill.” She can be again if her people would return to God.
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Are We Lost?

No amount of public awareness, no prayer bracelets, and no t-shirt slogans can stop evil from winning when good people do nothing.
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Fountain of Grace

I believe it of absolute necessity for sanctification through the truth of the Gospel to happen. I do not believe that you can stay in your sin, ANY SIN, and be of Christ. I do think though that our first job as Christians is to be standard bearers for our King. Not to be the executioner. We are to guide others to the fountain of Grace that exists in the shed blood of Jesus Christ.
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Momma's Boy

Men, the command is pretty simple. God is not unclear on what the role of a father/husband is supposed to be. Matter of fact, God is quite clear. As with all things, we can choose to follow God’s commands, or we can choose to follow our own will.
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Words of Affirmation

As men (and women) of God, our goal is to point others to Christ. That is all that is worthy in our lives anyway. Remember the next time that you think you aren't a good speaker or that you aren't called: He took the nails for you so that you could carry the Message for Him.
Jim Shempert

Christianity in America: Only God can judge Me

The defense that “only God can judge me” will work, only as long as you are saying it to man. When you stand before God, He says this: “If anyone’s name was not found written in the Book of Life, he was thrown into the lake of fire.”
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The Problem with Sin

Sin is all encompassing. Not that all our sins are the same. But they are all equal. Your sin separates you from God. He is holy, and we are not. At the foot of the Cross, we are all on the same playing field.
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Run to the Tomb

When is the last time you ran to the Tomb? When was the last time that you turned and heard the voice of your King call your name? When was the last time that you ran to your friends and shouted, “I have seen the King!!!?”
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Where is the crowd that shouted Hosanna?

Do you know who this man named Jesus was? Do you know why his sacrifice was important? Do you know? Do you know that He did it all for you? That if you were the only one that would accept Him, that He would do it just for you? Do you know that His was the only sacrifice that would be acceptable to God because He was the only One righteous among us?
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Christianity in America: The 73% Lie

If America is 2/3 Christian, then we are a poor representation of our Savior. We are a sad reflection of what Christ is. We allow evil into our daily lives far too often. In an effort to not offend anyone, we offend Christ the most.
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America's Future: Christian Persecution

What’s the next step for those who only want their ears tickled? To silence those who don’t! Anyone who preaches the Light, will be resisted by the darkness.
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Feed the hungry

You and I are/were beggars. There is no worse or better beggar. We are just simply beggars. Some of us judged other sinners when we were nothing more than simple sinning sinners ourselves.
Jim Shempert

Will you stay and watch me play?

If your desire is to be more like Jesus, then the attitude of a servant is what you need to adopt. Even if it crowds your time, and schedule.
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The Man and the Bird Feeder

If I am to be called a follower of Christ, then I must reflect Him. I must give all of myself to Him, even my precious free time. I must be willing to show others the light of Christ, and thereby point those back to Him.
Jim Shempert

ISIS does not care about your denomination

Decide if you are a follower of Christ, and if you are, then live like it. Even to the end of your life. Live for Christ, knowing that your home is not in the world.
Jim Shempert

"Excuse me. You have something on your face...."

The ashes represent sorrow, mourning, and repentance. Many times in the Bible, when confronted with their sin or impending doom, people would tear their clothes and cover themselves in ashes. It was the Facebook status of the day.
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Sometimes the answer is no...

God uses the valleys in our life, just as much as He uses the peaks. Most would say even more so. How do you know that your faith is solid if it is not tested?
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Would You Play Ouija with Your Child?

Failing to protect your children from internet porn is analogous to playing Ouija with them.
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Are you still in your grave?

Christ is not in His grave, are you?
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Does God Care About Who Wins a Football Game?

Does God put emphasis on one team or another? The 52 men who lost are no less important to God than the 52 who won. If you are a follower of Jesus, He is always with you.
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Lead or others will - An intro to One Million Dads

One Million Dads is for all men, not just fathers. The hope is to provide Christian community and resources for the men of God. To reach out to any Christian man who wants to be a better father, a better dad, or just a better man in general.
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Time to Man Up....

The reason our nation is in such horrible shape...is that Christian men have quit being the leaders of their families.