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  • A Proactive Paradigm for Contemporary Ministry
    by tedhaggardblog on January 2, 2017 at 11:18 pm

    The next twenty-five years may present great opportunities for humanity to alleviate some human suffering, and we Evangelicals are positioned to seize the day. Right now we are in two major transitions in the medical field. First, Prior to this generation, our physicians have focused on healing us from diseases, sicknesses, and the results of […]

  • Year End Charitable Donations
    by tedhaggardblog on December 17, 2016 at 10:05 pm

    During this season when so many dollars are being spent on soliciting your charitable giving, I just want to encourage you to prefer your local church. I understand your church probably does not have a marketing agency designing web promotions, billboard, and television ads to encourage you to give. Most churches do not spend money […]

  • People Crumbling Internally
    by tedhaggardblog on December 10, 2016 at 6:32 pm

    I think too many people are emotionally weak. Of course, I was raised on a farm with three older brothers, so I don’t recall anyone getting away with the type of whining that makes news today. In the past we were kept somewhat sober because disease, famine, and war highlighted our vulnerabilities. They were brutal […]

  • Responsible Christian Citizens In A Constitutional Republic
    by tedhaggardblog on November 19, 2016 at 6:10 pm

    On my desk right now is The Voice of the Martyrs magazine that reports on the plight of Christians in countries that do not practice a government by and for the people. Today I’m reading about Hindu radicals attacking and killing Christians, about eight year old Nankpak who watched his mother lie face down on […]

  • Never Underestimate the Power of Mediocrity
    by tedhaggardblog on November 5, 2016 at 8:04 pm

    Recently my wife, Gayle, and I were on vacation in Virginia. We had no set schedule so we enjoyed leisurely mornings, the World Series, a couple of movies, a dinner theater, walking tours through Jamestown and Yorktown, and carriage rides through historic Williamsburg. One evening while strolling through Williamsburg, I concluded that the best things […]

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