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Lou Di Lorenzo

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What’s The Big Deal About Marriage?

God designed marriage in order to meet our need for companionship and to provide an illustration of the relationship between God and His church.  But for this kind of companionship to happen, it means marriage needs to be a primary relationship for us. God didn’t create parents for Adam, nor…
Lou Di Lorenzo
January 27, 2017
From The Heart

Why Am I A Sexual Being?

As Christians we believe that God created humans beings in His image, intentionally male and female, each bringing unique and complementary qualities to sexuality and relationship. Sexuality is a glorious gift from God to be offered back to Him either in marriage or in celibacy.  As we read in Genesis…
Lou Di Lorenzo
January 12, 2017
From The Heart

Life With No Regrets

May all of you have a wonderful 2017, filled with God’s joy and grace for you. May the Lord lead and guide you through 2017. May God bless you this year, but most importantly, as you may also go through difficult times, remember it is also God’s purpose for you. Be wise and…
Lou Di Lorenzo
December 21, 2016
From The Heart

The Most Deadly Weapon

Morgan Blake, from the Atlanta Journal wrote, “I am more deadly than the screaming shell from the Howitzer. I win without killing. I tear down homes, break hearts, and wreck lives. I travel on the wings of the wind. No innocence is strong enough to intimidate me. No purity pure enough to daunt me. I have…
Lou Di Lorenzo
November 25, 2016
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Committed to Christ’s Mission

There is only one church, one Kingdom of God, but the New Testament (NT) speaks of many local churches. We have letters in the NT written to seven specific churches with thirty-three local churches mentioned in the NT. When a person became a believer in Jesus they did two things—they…
Lou Di Lorenzo
August 1, 2016
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When family fails

In Genesis 37:12-36 we have the story of Joseph’s brothers selling him into slavery to traders who take him to Egypt. From having dreams that indicated authority over his brothers, and being Jacob’s favourite son with the coat of many colours, to being lost to his father and a slave…
Lou Di Lorenzo
January 18, 2015