To Be a Fool For Christ is a Great Ambition

Being a fool for Christ is a great ambition. Unfortunately, most professing believers in Christ don’t want the job. The context for this oft quoted excerpt from deceased Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia was not a judicial opinion, but a prayer breakfast at the First Baptist Church in Jackson, Mississippi (April 9, 1996). The Justice … More To Be a Fool For Christ is a Great Ambition

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Our Next Move

  This weekend I will be going on a vision trip to examine a potential church for our next appointment. I would appreciate your prayers. Wisdom in analyzing the community and  the church needs. Wisdom in discerning God’s call. Wisdom in how to be most helpful to the church while I am there. Wisdom for … More Our Next Move

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N.T. Wright (and Wrong); Leadership; Church Planting; Humanist Emptiness; Newtown, CT and the Problem of Evil; Oliver Stone; HMS Mandate

Weekend Links Some new voices this week and some new topics too. Leadership, Health, GMO’s Church Planting, Millennials, Small Groups, N.T. Wright, and much more. A very interesting interview with filmmaker Oliver Stone in one link. As always, your mileage may vary. I found them all helpful but don’t necessarily agree with every point. Too … More N.T. Wright (and Wrong); Leadership; Church Planting; Humanist Emptiness; Newtown, CT and the Problem of Evil; Oliver Stone; HMS Mandate

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Rob Bell: The Sobering Look, When Elder’s Rethink Their Decisions

Monday is for Discussion Mentor to Rob Bell, Ed Dobson speaking of the day, years ago, when a group of elders called Rob Bell out of California to take over the Saturday night young-adult service of the church with doubts about the depth of his knowledge of the Word of God. “Not all of the … More Rob Bell: The Sobering Look, When Elder’s Rethink Their Decisions

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