Monthly Archives: May 2005

In, but not of, but called to embrace and change

I think we forget that Christ’s words about being in the world but not of the world come with a mission. Sure, those that have been redeemed are no a part of the kingdom of light, but we have a … Continue reading

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What a wonder

I have written a couple of posts over the last month or so about my fascination with the cross. The wonder and the awe that surround Calvary, move me more than my first time seeing the ocean, is more exhilarating … Continue reading

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Rachel and her cousin Emma swinging at Nana’s. 

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Rachel’s first real ice cream cone. All be herself, I might add. 

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May 26, 1977

I turned 28 today. My wife surprised me with a wonderful day of gifts, triple chocolate cake, Star Wars Episode III, and Chinese food. I don’t feel any different than I did at 18, except my shoulders ache, my knees … Continue reading

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Darfur in the news

Don’t forget about the people of Darfur. Here are a couple of links that I encourage you read and see what’s going in Darfur. 1. WFP Says Sudan Short of Food Aid 2. UN Secretary-General Travels to Africa Seeking Help … Continue reading

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The Emergent Order

Wade shares the Emergent Order that clarifies certain questions raised by others concerning the Emerging church movement. You can read Wade’s full post here, but here is a summary of the four values. By clicking on the link on each … Continue reading

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