Veritas Vitae is the "Truth Lives" in Latin. These blogs tell the truth in different forms, in different ways, of what God's word says, and what God is doing in and through His people at Anchor Community!

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Gospel Communication In A Critical World

Posted by Michael Gunn on

Unleashed Spirit - Church - Word Acts 11:1-12:24 To listen to the Sermon go to Gospel Communication In A Critical World Criticism is sometimes hard to take, especially if it feels unwarranted. Often times when ministry is being blessed as we see it in the early church, criticism and even...

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Jesus Canceled Your Mommy Guilt

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I would like to introduce you to Gloria Furman. She's the author of numerous books such as "Missional Mommy" that we handed out this year for Mother's Day. She has a MACe from Dallas Theological Seminary, is a wife, mother of four, cross-cultural worker, editor, and writer. In 2008 her family...

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Prejudice and Hate Thwarts the Gospel

Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to this sermon go to Reconciling the World To Himself I write this in the aftermath of the worse terrorist act on US soil since 2001. 50 people were massacred by a man filled with hate for Americans and those whose sexual orientation didn't fit his worldview. It is tragic and I pray...

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Can A Bad Person Change?

Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to this sermon, go to Conversion of A Killer “There is no circumstance, no trouble, no testing, that can ever touch me until, first of all, it has gone past God and past Christ, right through to me. If it has come that far, it has come with great...

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The Cross and Christian Ministry

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Here's an excerpt from a top notch theologian DA Carson's book, "The Cross and Christian Ministry: Lessons On Leadership From 1 Corinthians" "There are two elements in this spiritual counsel that must be understood. First, the kind of situation Paul is facing here must not be confused with...

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