Let No One Despise Your Youth

Let No One Despise Your Youth

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1 Timothy 4:12 (ESV) Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity. As a fifty-something, and the father of two beautiful people who the world classifies as Millennials, I’d like to take a moment to offer some respect from my generation to theirs. Probably …

Hiding the Miracles

Hiding the Miracles

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At Hungry Generation we put a lot of emphasis on the supernatural. But the natural inclination is to be respectable and downplay God’s power when it is too amazing for our comfort. Consided these verses: Mark 16:8 (HCSB) So [the women] went out and started running from the tomb, because trembling and astonishment overwhelmed them. And they said nothing to …

Destructive Power of Alcohol

Destructive Power of Alcohol

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According to a study conducted by JAMA Psychiatry; “A new study shows that 32 million Americans, nearly one in seven adults, have struggled with a serious alcohol problem in the last year alone” (Main). This goes to show how much of an impact alcohol is having on Americans today. Yet, Ephesians 5:18 says “Do not get drunk on wine, which …

Mid-Year Recap!

Mid-Year Recap!

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2017 has been an exciting year at HungryGen with the power of God on the move in new ways, touching the hearts and lives of people within our community and around the world. “Thousands locally and millions globally” is not only a mantra but it’s a vision and a lifestyle that has been adopted at the very heart and core …

10 Tips to Overcome Spiritual Drought

10 Tips to Overcome Spiritual Drought

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We all will go through spiritual droughts, but they do not need to take over your life. Sometimes great victories are followed by great temptations. Even Jesus went through wilderness after great glory on the river Jordan. During Joseph time, 7 years of plenty quickly turned to 7 years of drought. In this post you will learn practical tips on …

Don’t Fossils Prove Evolution?

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In my last article I talked about the problems with using the rocks in the geologic column to date fossils, then using the “age” of the fossils to date the rocks, and finally turning around and cherry-picking from widely varying radiometric dating methods on the rocks to date the fossils. The whole thing starts out with a story of the …

Jesus napped, so should you!

Jesus napped, so should you!

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In Luke 23-25, Jesus and his disciples were on their way to Gerasenes, Jesus took a nap in the boat. He rested into sleep while sailing was smooth, but soon after He fell asleep a storm began to brew, and the wind and waves picked up. Terrified, the disciples woke Jesus up, and He rebuked them for having little faith. …

Why is Jesus so incredible?

Why is Jesus so incredible?

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Much of Jesus’ life on Earth was private, so that is thirty years of unknown history. However, for the three years that He taught, He left an eternal impact. His importance is seen through statistics, His resurrection, His miracles, His teachings, and the effects that last to today. The Old Testament contains 333 specific prophecies about the Messiah, and Jesus …

Jesus. Man? God? Messiah? Something else?

Jesus. Man? God? Messiah? Something else?

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Jesus must be the perfect unity of God and man for Christianity to be possible. He had all of the frailty of human life combined with the approval and blessing of God as his Son. Like each of us, He had a physical body that was born from His mother and grew with age. This body grew tired, hungry, and …

4 Things That Kill Fire for God

4 Things That Kill Fire for God

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In my fourteen years of ministering to youth, I noticed four things that kill the fire inside me. The first one is offense. The vast majority of people who leave the church do so because of offenses done to them. So in turn, church leaders try not to offend, but that is not Jesus’ example. For in one service alone, …

When a Rock Dates a Fossil

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In my last two articles I talked about carbon dating (for formerly living things) and general radiometric dating (for minerals) and the problems with both methods. Now we’re going to mix the two and ask how scientists come up with dates for fossils that are supposedly much older than the maximum “age” carbon dating can measure (57,300 years). The short …