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While growing up in the church, I did not grasp the radical nature of Jesus as he encountered the world in which he lived. Jesus defies all of our categories and calls us to something new.
The point of this ramble is that God redeems all of life, even the aspects of life that seem to have no eternal value. To be faithful in a difficult or boring job is as much an act of grace as teaching a Bible study.
Perhaps I am the only one that finds President Obama’s recent statements in support of abortion to be ironic. See what you think.
My experience is that resolutions are likely to be broken or forgotten before the end of January. Yet I am going on record with 5 of them. Read mine and share a few of your own.
The church is to be intentional in her quest to make disciples. But a wrongheaded emphasis on short term gains might lead to an unintended consequence.
“America’s Got Talent” pushed me closer to disconnecting my cable service. NBC has proved that they cannot be trusted to determine what is appropriate for me or my family.
This morning I read an article entitled Christianity’s Image Problem which prompted some thoughts. Because we live out the Christian life imperfectly, we give non-believers plenty of opportunities to criticize our hypocrisy. Matt Appling, the author of the article, brings this out in his post. Christianity has an image problem because of Christians. This is […]
Gibbon writes that the only difference between the field of training and the field of battle was the effusion of blood on the latter. The church could learn from the Romans.