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Gordon Thompson Gordon has been a Christ follower for over fifty years with a deep passion for having a transformational relationship with God through the power of his Spirit and to encourage others towards this same kind of relationship with Christ. Gordon’s desire for himself, and for others, is to understand God’s Word from a heart level that leads to a life of wholehearted devotion to God and love for others. Gordon lives in Cumming, GA, just north of Atlanta. Gordon has enjoyed sharing life with his wife Kathy for 47 years. Their son and daughter and their spouses are faithfully raising up seven grandsons, future warriors for Christ.
Meaning of “Christ”: Rediscovering What’s Been Lost in Transliteration The meaning of Christ goes beyond being a part of Jesus’ name. It’s a transliteration of the Greek word christos, which described the anointed Jewish king who was to come. When we speak of Jesus Christ (or Jesus the Christ or Christ Jesus), it’s a helpful reminder that he is more than our Savior who... Gordon Thompson
Is Your Church Healthy? Let’s Be Careful… How would you feel if a consultant came in to evaluate your church and delivered a report like this one? I have seen all that your church is doing. I saw your love for each other. I saw your faith, your service to each other and to the community around you. I saw your hard... Gordon Thompson
Righteousness: Given to You and Grown Within You From the time I was eight years old, some sixty years now, I have been going to church. I was one of those who went Sunday morning, Sunday night, Wednesday night, whenever the church was meeting. Although I cannot say I went “every time the doors were opened” because I have missed a few times,... Gordon Thompson
3 Keys for Training Your Kids for Lifelong Faithfulness I recently read a blog post that made these statements: “We are experiencing a rise in the unpopularity of our Christian beliefs,” and “Parents with Bible-grounded beliefs will have trouble passing along the faith to kids who are being discipled by a secular culture.” I believe the author’s conclusions are correct on several levels, especially... Gordon Thompson
Great Leaders Are Led by Convictions You remember how it began: There was great excitement about that new ministry that was being formed. There was great anticipation about that new mission work that was being planned. You could feel the energy growing as hearts were beginning to be aroused with a new understanding of discipleship. Then it happened. People began to... Gordon Thompson