Monthly Archives: June 2005

Gearing up for another week away

I have a confession. I am poor at scheduling. Friday I leave again for a 9 day trek across the country. Back when our youth calendar was finalized, Jen and I both had planned on her going with us to … Continue reading

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Borrowed from Wade…

I saw this survey over at Wade’s blog, and I gave it shot, and here at the results of that survey… You scored as Emergent/Postmodern. You are Emergent/Postmodern in your theology. You feel alienated from older forms of church, you … Continue reading

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I’m back

With two weeks of camp behind me. I can rest for a week, and then on Friday, I’m off again. My marathon summer will slow down in July, until VBS, and the arrival of our new little girl. Camp was … Continue reading

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Last post for two weeks

I am leaving for camp this afternoon, and I will be pulling a double. So, this is my last post for two weeks. In the mean time, blog away. Blessings and peace to any who read this entry.

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Thoughts on worship

Warning: this is not meant to be a comprehensive post on worship! Psalm 33 opens with these words, “sing joyfully to the Lord, you righteous; it is fitting for the upright to praise him” (Psalm 33:1). Indeed, it is fitting … Continue reading

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love and compassion change things

I am supposed to give the devotional message tonight at church. I am jumping on the Star Wars band wagon, and incorporating this epic saga into my talk tonight. By now, many of you have seen the final installment of … Continue reading

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