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Showing posts from April, 2010

Aborting the "wrong" baby?

I read this shocking post on Dr. Albert Mohler's blog. The news out of Sarasota, Florida caught many people by surprise. A doctor in the city has lost his license because he aborted what is now described as the “wrong” baby. Back in 2006, Dr. Matthew Kachinas had been asked to perform an abortion on a baby that had been identified as having Down syndrome and other congenital defects. Instead, the doctor aborted that baby’s healthy twin. Sadly, I surprised myself by responding to the fact that the doctor had aborted the wrong baby. Then I realized, "Wait a minute--even if it had been the "right" baby, it's still wrong!" Click here to read the rest of the post.

Easter Reflections

We had a great day at Solid Rock today! The weather was beautiful, and the service was powerful. Today, we started a new sermon series based on Max Lucado's latest book, FEARLESS . It's going to be a great series! We're having a five-week Wednesday night Bible study starting this week as a part of the the FEARLESS series. Every Wednesday, we'll follow up on the previous Sunday's sermons in a little more detail. Combined with some fellowship time, Wednesdays are going to be great during the FEARLESS series. I've really loved reading all the reports on Twitter and Facebook about the great Easter services at churches all over the country. To God be the glory! By the way, we're celebrating the Resurrection again next Sunday! Have a great week, Rockies! See you Wednesday at the FEARLESS Bible Study.

The Prayers of Many

I read an interesting verse in Paul's first letter to the Corinthians: Then many will give thanks on our behalf for the gracious favor granted us in answer to the prayers of many. (1 Cor, 1:11) The prayers of many --what a powerful phrase! I want to encourage you to continue to join together in prayer for our Easter service this weekend. We need the prayers of many in order to see the great things that God wants to do! Be one of the many!