Month: April 2015

Missional Eschatology Before Breakfast

There are these words: Fearless warriors in a picket fence, reckless abandon wrapped in common sense Deep water faith in the shallow end and we are caught in the middle With eyes wide open to the differences, the God we

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Immanent Divinity on the Coffee Corner

Faith is both affective and cognitive.  Which is to say that we not only know about God, but we know him and are known by him.  He moves us.  He is close.  He is immanent.  Even (and especially) at those times when

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Two conversations have had me thinking about sin.  Or to be more specific, what happens when we use the word “sin.”  What actually gets communicated? The first conversation was a wonderfully deep intelligent conversation in which I and my interlocutor

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Conquering for the Commuter

A moment of reflection from this morning’s drive while listening to Christy Nockels’ Healing is In Your Hands: Amongst the lyrics are echoes of Romans 8:35-39 No mountain, no valley No gain or loss we know Could keep us from Your

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