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Welcome to Higher Ground Online’s Weblog.  Here’s who we are:


Victor Gluckin
Lover of God. Indebted to Christ.
Husband of the best wife ever. Founder of HGO

Sean Finnegan
Sean Finnegan
Sean’s goal is to discover and live out the way of Jesus.
He is currently studying early Christian history at Boston University’s School of Theology.  He lives in Providence, RI with the most amazing woman he has ever met–Ruth.  They have two vivacious boys: Noah (3) and Daniel (2).

smajda
John Smajda
His friends think he’s an awesome guy with a cool name.

Russell Brown
Russell Brown
Seeking to glorify God in all areas of life.

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We want to glorify the one true God.

We want to seek and find truth.

We want to know and speak the gospel of the Messiah.

We want to lead others to the coming Kingdom of God.

Welcome.

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7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by bibomedia on February 29, 2008 at 3:35 am

    🙂

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  2. Well, I’m glad that you guys don’t obviously censor atheists like myself when we argue against the word of God (except when I swear, which is fair enough.)

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  3. Posted by Chuck Jones on June 9, 2008 at 5:04 pm

    Victor,
    Well, of course the humanists have to blame someone (or something) for the condition of the world. After all this time, why don’t they take responsibility for the way things are turning out?
    If there is no God, man isn’t doing such a good job is he??
    Yahweh is just waiting until we all know we can’t do it by ourselves. Then He will show us how it’s done.
    Chuck

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  4. Interesting perspective Chuck. I think a new way that the athiest/humanist place blame is on mankind! It’s interesting to hear the concern for polar bears and trees and the disregard for human life at the same time.

    I pray He will “show us how it’s done” soon 🙂

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  5. I love your site. It is refreshing to encounter a religious site that does not promote a political stand. I am becoming very digusted with the mixing of political parties and religion. I prefer religion to address my spiritual growth not my vote. I also enjoyed the piece on the “left behind” series. I am surprised by how many people are intermixing ideas that are not biblical. Thank you again

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  6. Tam, thanks for your comments. It is not difficult to keep religion and politics apart because we hold the view that Christians should consider themselves strangers and pilgrims on the earth waiting for Jesus to come and set all that is wrong with the world right. Though we certainly are aware of what’s going on in the world – it is personally difficult for me to vote for and endorse one person or party when in some of their platform they are directly opposed to the things of God. Thanks again for your comment.

    How did you find us?

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  7. I salute you guys.. Men of God!

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