Our Nation (and a lot of Christians) Like to Play Pretend

Wednesday is for Thinking Our Nation (and a lot of Christians) Play Pretend I was reminded of this recently by commencing to re-read a dusty book from my shelf. The book was Where is History Going: A Christian Response to Secular Philosophies of History (Bethany, 1969) by John Warwick Montgomery. Actually, it would be truer … More Our Nation (and a lot of Christians) Like to Play Pretend

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Keith and Kristyn Getty: On Modern Hymns and Worship

Sunday Afternoon Musings Worship is the priority of the church. It is fuel for evangelism. It is often neglected in private and unattended in public. But it remains a priority for the church. Which is why, when I saw this article in the Winter issue of Trinity Magazine, I knew I wanted to get it … More Keith and Kristyn Getty: On Modern Hymns and Worship

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Christ is Disguised Under Every Type of Humanity that Treads the Earth

Christmas Eve 2014 Yesterday, while working on one of the Christmas messages, I refound a wonderful devotional in my files. For the next few days I am going to edit and excerpt it here. The source that I have is itself adapted from the book Little by Little: The Selected Writings of Dorothy Day.  Day … More Christ is Disguised Under Every Type of Humanity that Treads the Earth

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Five Things Athletes Know that Christians Don’t

Tuesday is for Thinking Athletes are different. Exercise, strenuous exercise is a driving passion in their lives. They love it. And whether they are elite athletes being paid high sums of money or weekend competitors trying to stay active there are certain things that “they get.” Exercise, strenuous exercise is a driving passion in their … More Five Things Athletes Know that Christians Don’t

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Incarnation: God Infleshed — It Doesn’t Get Any More Profound

Wednesday is for Prayer There are times when only a Christmas hymn will suffice for clarity and beauty of doctrine proclaimed with joy. Here’s a classic example. There are multiple verses and whole chapters that could be summoned for every line of this hymn. Remember and remind your soul to bask in the wonder of … More Incarnation: God Infleshed — It Doesn’t Get Any More Profound

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