Why Blog When You Can Vomit on Facebook?

Monday is for Discussion Some time back someone asked me why I blog when I could reach a larger audience simply by building up my Facebook™ presence? My answer was to question two things: The assumption that a large audience in Facebook is necessarily better. The assumption that significant discussion on complicated issues is best … More Why Blog When You Can Vomit on Facebook?

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Longing and Contentment

“I know;” a moment’s pause and then, “we have to let them go.” My bride was responding to my wistful comment, “I miss our kids.” It was one o’clock in the afternoon and we had been driving since 5 AM. The occasion was the last day of a 30thanniversary celebration vacation in New England. It had … More Longing and Contentment

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Marriage is a Gift from God; Same-sex Marriage Dishonors that Gift

Wednesday is for Prayer The following is from Kairos Journal. It is an excerpt from a sermon preached in England in the year 2000. It sounds almost quaint in the context of the revolution that has taken place on these issues over the last decade. That in itself is a reminder of how radical and … More Marriage is a Gift from God; Same-sex Marriage Dishonors that Gift

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Can Discipleship Fully Mature without the Discipler Leaving?

Sunday Afternoon Musings Incarnation – Jesus came into our world to show us God’s love. Selection – People were Jesus’ method. Association – Jesus stayed with them. Consecration – Jesus required obedience. Demonstration – Jesus showed them how to live. Delegation – Jesus assigned them work. Supervision – Jesus continued to check on them. Reproduction … More Can Discipleship Fully Mature without the Discipler Leaving?

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