Monthly Archives: June 2007

current reading

I just began reading today, Seeking a Lasting City: the Church’s Journey in the Story of God. I am just a few pages in and enjoying this work immensely. Here is a little excerpt that raises some important questions:  “The … Continue reading

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doing and being

There is a difference between doing and being. Doing church requires no effort. Just show up on Sunday and Wednesday and follow the rules. Being the church is an active participation in the community where you live taking healing to … Continue reading

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modern day kingdom parables

The kingdom of God is like your child crawling up into your lap and hugging you and just nestling in your lap. The kingdom of God is a like a teen who gets her hands and feet dirty to serve … Continue reading

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Holes and Mice

It has been really wet in Oklahoma. We have some ceiling damage at our home and two holes have appeared. In addition to the holes in our ceiling, we have another mice infestation. Another?! I know it sounds weird, but … Continue reading

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Darfur

Ten years ago the world say idly by and witnessed about a million innocent people die in Rwanda. Today, another genocidal regime is running wild in the Sudan, and innocent people are dying. We could do more, save.darfur.org is one … Continue reading

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for Buckeye fans only

I was driving past a local high school the other day, and I saw some guys in helmets and shoulder pads running some drills and my heart leaped for joy. Football season is right around the corner. As a Buckeye … Continue reading

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Blog round-up

Just a few random highlights of the blog world, these are certainly worth taking the time to browse. Larry Chouinard writes a great post on what it means to be a member of the kingdom, and live in a country … Continue reading

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