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Hard(wood) Lessons To Learn

Update: I still have all digits on my appendages as I install this oak hardwood floor. Yet, on my left hand, I have two deep cuts — one on the fat of my hand and one on the end of my finger. I’ll squelch the

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Great Big Post

Man, that last post was large. Hope its worth eating for today’s blog diet. It was written late at night, between coats of paint. Posted a comment at Jason Clark’s Emergent UK site. Pray for our friends in London as they mourn and re-orient. Pray

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The Fine Line Of Feeling

I believe it was Dallas Willard who said “Feelings are a wonderful servant, but a terrible master.” As the children of the enlightenment, romantic and existentialist movements, many of us are fixated on feelings as the guiding compass for our lives. Postmoderns at their best

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Church As We Know It

The Church: “The community of people who have decided, through the history of mankind, to both follow the teaching of Jesus, and model their lives after the life of Jesus.” Leaving all the historical process of canon formation, Constantine, baptisms at swordpoint, organized church births

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Feeling Bookish

I’m having trouble posting a PodCast, so it may be a few weeks before we can go live. For now I’m in the middle of writing for Broadman Holman Publishers on the topic of contemporary worship for a book entitled Perspectives On Worship: Five Views.

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