Devastating Loss of a Child and Grace for Eternity and Now

[From the Archives of my old blog, August 19, 2008. This was originally written about a friend two years ago but it has particular relevance for an old friend in a new situation. I first reposted this when Glen Kehrein of Circle Urban in Chicago lost his adult son (Nathan). Glen himself has now gone … More Devastating Loss of a Child and Grace for Eternity and Now

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How Do We Give More than Slogan Status to “More and Better Disciples”

Thursday is for Discipleship Back in March I wrote about Jesus’ method of discipleship and how different it was from ours (see: Discipleship: How Did Jesus Do It? ). I mentioned five principles. He lived with them. He conversed with them. He modeled for them. He gave them responsibility He left them. That fifth principle is a … More How Do We Give More than Slogan Status to “More and Better Disciples”

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Gazing at His Suffering Draws the Heart to Christ

Wednesday is for Prayer It is always appropriate and productive to meditate on the passion of Christ. Hosea 10:8; Isaiah 2:19-20; Luke 23:27-32 Jesus—beaten and bruised and bloody beyond recognition—walks toward His destiny. Simon the Cyrene is next, carrying the cross that will lift Him up to His death. Following behind, multitudes of people are … More Gazing at His Suffering Draws the Heart to Christ

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Four Types of Churches: With Apologies to the US Military

Monday Discussion All branches of the US Military are vital to any military action that the nation undertakes. All branches are filled with brave men and women who risk much to keep our nation safe. They (each branch) are designed to complement one another and accomplish the single task of victory. With apologies to the … More Four Types of Churches: With Apologies to the US Military

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