Information Gluttons

Friday is for Heart Songs The tendency in our time, perhaps all times, is that Christians who are supposed to be learners, “disciples” we call ourselves, become enamoured of study, intoxicated with knowledge, saturated with more and more information and yet we apply little. We are educated beyond our application, walking contradictions of what it … More Information Gluttons

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Helping the “Psychologized” Brother (or sister)

Helping the “Psychologized” Brother[1] Problem:     Many in our culture, including Christians, are far more committed to pop psychology than they are to a biblical worldview. Analysis:     Failure to recognize this is like a doctor failing to recognize that the 55 year-old man holding his chest with a paralyzed left side of his body … More Helping the “Psychologized” Brother (or sister)

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Taking Over the Neighborhood for Christ without Being Weird

Thursday is for Discipleship Found this post a couple of weeks ago and included it in my weekend links post last weekend. It is a great one.  I don’t know Tim Gaydos, but I like the way he thinks (and acts) as a gospel herald. Tim has a couple of other interesting sounding posts over … More Taking Over the Neighborhood for Christ without Being Weird

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Helplessness is an Extraordinary Teacher

Wednesday is for Prayer Sometimes a truth is presented in such beautiful, and pristine clarity that it takes your breath away with its obvious weight and importance.  When I read Bill Thrasher’s[1] comment on prayer it hit me that way. Here it is: “Don’t resist helplessness—it’s the power of your prayer life.” He echoes the … More Helplessness is an Extraordinary Teacher

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