Author Archives: Roy Bauer

Book Review: What’s It Like To Be Married to Me? by Linda Dillow

We have a guest blogger this week. I asked Mary Catherine Fowler, from Radius Church, to read and review Linda Dillow’s new book, What’s It Like To Be Married to Me? Her Review is below…..and it is fantastic. (royb) In … Continue reading

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Two of My Favorite Pictures

There are times when we take pictures just for the fun of it. Times where we take them to remember a moment. Times where we take pictures to make a statement. And then there are some pictures we take that … Continue reading

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You’ve Got To Be Kidding Me

On a very busy Saturday at the car wash I saw something that made me just stop and look. There are times in life when it is really hard to understand how people can be so greedy and selfish. This … Continue reading

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Cycling Devotion: “Oh Crap!”

Sorry if the title offends you but it is a quote from a fellow rider. The scenario was this: 40 of us are cruising along –I’m fourth in line— and the two guys pulling up front pealed off, leaving the … Continue reading

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Grace Does Not Come by Obedience…or Does It?

While riding down a fairly big highway in West Columbia, SC, I saw a sign out front of a church and it read, “Grace Only Comes by Obedience Gal 5:4”. I put it in quotes because that is exactly what … Continue reading

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Irony or Providence?

Four or Five years ago I, subconsciously, picked up a tune that I kept playing over and over. It was a short riff that I began playing whenever I was leading worship or playing at a prayer service. Over the … Continue reading

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A $50 Lesson

This was written in a chat room by Ringostar123. I don’t know anything about this person, but I thought this was really good. Ringostar123 A $50 Lesson I recently asked my friends’ little girl what she wanted to be when … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tea With Hezbollah by Ted Dekker and Carl Medearis

Tea With Hezbollah, by Ted Dekker and Carl Medearis, was a book (non-fiction)that stretched me to the limits. The authors set out on a journey to find the “Good Samaritan” talked about by Jesus, in His famous parable. They traveled … Continue reading

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Book Review: Primal by Mark Batterson

I’ve read Mark Batterson’s other two books, and his newest book, Primal, is a masterpiece as well. Batterson has a remarkable way of communicating a deep truth in a way that we can all identify. His passion is infectious and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Angels by Dr. David Jeremiah

What are angels? What is their role in God’s plan? Are they present? Do they appear? Do they give us personal insight about our work, our worship? Many contemporary beliefs about angels are based on misconception and myth. Dr. David … Continue reading

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