Tag: jesus

Is Love Enough?

For the last few hundred years, while the industrial revolution and the rampant quest to gain national and personal wealth resulted in the dehumanization and separation of people, love embodied in the person of Jesus Christ was carried by the church. The message of sacrificial

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3 Surprising Reasons The New Pope Matters

3 SURPRISING REASONS THE NEW POPE MATTERS Dan Wilt, M.Min.  There are many reasons the faithful believe the new Pope matters – and others do not. Here are my top 3 for why roles like this must exist to balance out the thrusts of random

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Care For The Poor

CARE FOR THE POOR One of the greatest gifts to me as a young songwriter, worship leader, and pastor was a mentor who immersed me in the life of the poor. Delivering furniture, bicycles, and food, eating meals together and sharing communion, all were a

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Life Worship And The Shift

“If the Church can begin to maximize its language of Life Worship, support it with the language of Gathered Worship, and hit delete on the language of ‘secular occupations and music,’ we may get somewhere with our generation. Until that time, we will spin our

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One Story, Two Streams

The following article will be part the work to which my brother-in-law and I will be giving our attention in the next while. This post is for Christians, primarily, but my other friends from non-faith or other-faith backgrounds are welcome to read it. It is

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