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The 30-year-old Scot appeared to be close to tears as he revealed that he was having to pull out of the tournament because of his ongoing hip problem.
“This is actually why I didn’t want to come in here,” an emotional Murray said after it was announced that he would be making a brief statement to explain his withdrawal.
It took me by surprise when in April 2012, Andy Stanley delivered his “When Gracie Met Truthy” sermon.
From the Christian Post: “While preaching on the tension between grace and truth (‘the truth is ‘you’re a sinner,’ and the grace is ‘I don’t condemn you”), Stanley told the story of a divorced couple who formerly attended North Point together.
Author and pastor Andy Stanley is convinced that most of us are richer than we believe. For some of us, our faith journeys began in childhood as a set of beliefs handed to us by a parent, teacher, or pastor.
Maybe you developed a framework of faith based on personal experience. Too often, a faith formed in childhood isn't strong enough to withstand the pressures of adult life.
Andy claims, “Serving people we don’t see eye to eye with is the essence of Christianity…Jesus died for a world with which he didn’t see eye to eye.
If a bakery doesn’t want to sell its products to a gay couple, it’s their business — literally.
What if a fornicating couple asks you to bake a cake for their wedding? What’s astonishing about the article is that it reports Andy Stanley met with “gay members” of his church to discuss his new book, “The New Rules for Love, Sex and Dating.” In his on words Andy says,“I asked them if they wished I would have addressed them specifically, since all of my illustrations and teaching assumed heterosexual relationships,” Stanley said. They said that in the LGBT community, when they attend church, they are accustomed to contextualizing all the relationship teaching anyway.” A homosexual church member is an oxymoron.