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"Where Faith Gets Down to Business"

Requiem to America's God

Author: Dr. Stan Moody

 

 
Thirty-seven years ago, I embarked on an Gravestones with flags ill-fated campaign to become Governor of Maine -- ill-fated by the naivet? of an abundance of ideas backed by an empty wallet and zero political experience. Social engineers on the left were about to wipe out poverty by codifying the right of procreative choice. Social engineers on the right were about to save the world economy by controlling the flow and price of Mideast oil. Interest rates were hovering around 25%. Vehicles lined up at the gas pumps. America had, apparently, at last come of age.

 

 

From the left, we now are enjoying the fruits of a stagnant labor force and the rise of an elder population dependent on government support. From the right, we now are enjoying the cudgel of Al Qaeda and ISIS in the wake of 9/11 - a nation and the Mideast in turmoil...

Read the rest of the article and Dr. Moody's poem here...  

 

The Columbia Street Project
"Where Faith Gets Down to Business"
 
Is there something missing in your life? 
Are you tired of hip-hop Christianity? 
Have you been squeezed out the door of a mega-church? 
Are you more interested in serving Christ than being entertained? 
Are you interested in empowering others to live by faith? 
Are you ready to roll up your sleeves in a missional church?

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May 2015 
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Let My People Go!
by Dr. Stan Moody
Dr. Moody's Book Let My People Go! Following Jesus into our Jails and Prisons is available on Amazon in a number of formats.

" Let My People Go is a twelve-step invitation to our American church culture to examine what we are supposed to be doing as Christians, what we are doing, and whether what we are doing is standing in the way of what we are supposed to be doing."