Monthly Archives: June 2014

Thoughts in a Thunderstorm

Today, I saw an sudden transformation- from the lazy peace of a hazy summer Sunday afternoon, the kind where the heat looms and the humidity presses, just a little, just enough to make you think about ponds and swimming pools, … Continue reading

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Wanting Rest and Finding None

In this article, I think more than anything else, lies the truth behind our perpetual dissatisfaction and constant chasing of the elusive. Finally, this teaching of Jesus reveals how vulnerable is purely negative repentance, turning from sin without turning to … Continue reading

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When the Road Forks

This Sunday at ‪#‎FMC‬ – “How to Plow a Field” from Luke 9:57-62 –Leon Morris, in his commentary on Luke on the passage that we’re about to look at says this, “Regularly God tests the earnestness of our hearts by bringing them … Continue reading

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Still In One Peace

I so needed this slap of truth tonight: The God who hung the stars is big enough to hang a shining light of guidance over your people challenges. Plus, He’s bigger than your church’s naysayers, no shows, and negative bank … Continue reading

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Pushed from Behind the Curtain

Clear your throat and open your eyes. You are on stage. The lights are on. It’s only natural if you’re sweating, because this isn’t make-believe. This is theater for keeps. Yes, it is a massive stage, and there are millions … Continue reading

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Giant Heads and the Church

Ponder this truth today: There is this really magical thing that happens in homes all over the world. When you first have a child, you want your child to crawl. And then you want your kid to walk. My first … Continue reading

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Reflections on Moncton

I, like everyone else, have been horrified and filled with a deep sense of sadness at the tragic events that occurred yesterday in Moncton, NB. As I watched the simultaneous horror and confusion unfold on social media, I was reminded … Continue reading

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