Posts by William Worrell

Meticulous Infidelity

by William Worrell can just see and imagine the reactions, of some, to the above title “Meticulous Infidelity!” Well, let’s unpack the title shall we. The word meticulous carries the meaning of “making sure of avoiding potential danger, mishap or harm: cautious and careful.” Infidelity carries the definition of “The action or state of being…

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HERO’S EDGE

by  William Worrell Heroes. You know! They’re the folks who seem to always save the day, and then ride off into the sunset. Come on, you know what I mean by hero. Don’t you? Everybody has one—admitted or not. And you know what? I just bet that you’ve got one too. Don’t you? Come on!…

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The Christian Fallacy

by William Worrell Living in a pressure cooker world – like we all do – produces the need for instant results and quick order answers. It’s everywhere! Like these examples: Instant coffee. Fast food. Express checkout. Drive through weddings. Quick start engines, and unless we’re very careful, it follows us into the Christian Life.  No? Try these. Condensed…

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Reflections of Christmas

by William Worrell Have you ever held a shiny Christmas ball and seen your reflection on its side? Sure, everyone has! This is the time of the year when joy and goodwill bubbles to the surface of just about everyone you meet. This is the season people will actually speak to you on the street.…

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Having Compassion, Making A Difference

by William Worrell As God’s children and when we are born again, we receive His genetic nature by faith. II Peter 1:1-2. If we let the cross and the power of His blood have their way, they will transform our nature. But it takes time. Over time the nature we inherited from our parents will…

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Stretch Your Cords

by William Worrell Great coaches know just how to draw the best out of their players. And there is not one person who has been involved with athletics that have not heard “Come on! You can do better than that. Put yourself in to it. Extend yourself!” Well, we hear Father God speaking similar words…

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Breaking The Boundaries Of The Possible!

by William Worrell Pablo Picasso once said, “Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.” After having executed tens of thousands of art works, he became the most famous artist of the 20th century. His productivity was unmatched. Having established his mastery of traditional art, he set out and…

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We Were Meant To Be

by William Worrell Pastor Tim Lambert smiled at me and asked, “Well…Are you ready?” And I nodded yes. It was time to enter the sanctuary. We took our places on the platform and gazed out at the congregation of smiling faces. Then, the wedding song began. And the most lovely of ladies began to walk…

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Pressing In!

by William Worrell “I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 3:14) Folks, it has to be said: Jesus did not call any lazy disciples. Jesus picked people who were busy doing something—even if it was wrong! Zacchaeus was busy getting rich—and some of it…

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Gatekeeping

How Editors Affect News Coverage and News Content by William Worrell Why does one particular story make the front page or network news when hundreds of other good stories are discarded? Who determines which news events are covered and which are not? How is news content determined? Many scholars, and industry workers, suggest that journalists…

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