Monthly Archives: May 2013

Marbles and Grapes

Christians can be grouped into two categories- marbles and grapes. Marbles are “single units that don’t affect each other except in collision”. Grapes on the other hand, mingle juices, each one is part of the fragrance of the church body. … Continue reading

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We have a Winner!

Special thanks to everyone who participated in our first “comment to win” giveaway. “Leah” is the lucky winner of “Humble Orthodoxy” from Joshua Harris. Thanks to random.org for providing the software to make the draw truly random. Here’s hoping that … Continue reading

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Ending Well with My church

In the battle against the spiritual forces of evil, the local church is the trench. Christ’s bride is dug in, charged up, and ready to die for the freedom of souls. I relish the trench. It’s messy, at times gruesome, … Continue reading

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The Rest and the Fight of Faith

J. Oswald Sanders shares this view of prayer: No spiritual exercise is such a blending of complexity and simplicity. It is the simplest form of speech that infant lips can try, yet the sublimest strains that reach the Majesty on … Continue reading

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Why I go to Church- and a First Giveaway

More on this topic percolating as well, as I think about our church away from church experience yesterday while on vacation. I think this article below caps it well..Daniel Darling hits the nail on the head here And also yes … Continue reading

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Reflections on Light

Lord, I want people around me to know that I believe You are the light of the world. I want to love You so much that people can see in my life — even if they never listen to my … Continue reading

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