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A pastor’s confession: I Let Ministry Define My Identity by Notes of an Imperfect Christian on Mar 24, 2013Pastor Paul Tripp shared his struggles: There are only two places to look. I will either get my identity vertically, from who I am in Christ, or I will shop for it horizontally in the situations, experiences, and relationships of my daily life. This...



Reflection on Man’s Natural Tendency to Sin | Notes of an Imperfect Christian by Notes of an Imperfect Christian on Mar 19, 2013So out of great love towards Man, God took the risk and did the unthinkable.



Reflection on Man’s Natural Tendency to Sin | Notes of an Imperfect Christian by Notes of an Imperfect Christian on Mar 19, 2013So out of great love towards Man, God took the risk and did the unthinkable.



Assurance in Suffering | Notes of an Imperfect Christian by Notes of an Imperfect Christian on Nov 15, 2012Everything that happens has a purpose. Everything that has a purpose, has an end.



Assurance in Suffering | Notes of an Imperfect Christian by Notes of an Imperfect Christian on Nov 15, 2012Everything that happens has a purpose. Everything that has a purpose, has an end.



Confession of an Imperfect Christian by on Aug 9, 2011  Every Christian has his own imperfections. Contrary to what most people believe, being a Christian does not mean becoming like Christ, rather it is the process of becoming like Christ. It is not the destination, but the journey. It is not the...



Uphill climb by RandomFlow Magazine on May 28, 2011My Lord, give me strength for I am in pain my heart is weary, my hands are in chain I want to be strong, but I can’t help but cry...



Uphill climb by RandomFlow Magazine on May 28, 2011My Lord, give me strength for I am in pain my heart is weary, my hands are in chain I want to be strong, but I can’t help but cry...



E-mergence by Jemi's Simple Commplexities on Jul 28, 2009“No company today, no matter how large or how global, can innovate fast enough or big enough by itself.” A.G. Lafley, CEO, Proctor & Gamble Lafley’s statement is the reality in today’s competitive economy. The usefulness of the Internet h...



Life Is Too Short by Jemi's Simple Commplexities on Jun 27, 2009How many times could one person possible hear this phrase during his lifetime? My guess would be that the average answer to that question is a hundred times or more. But regardless of the answers to that, the simple fact still remains: that a person...