Tag Archives: Discipleship

The Problem with My Neighbor

I’m not sure what you thought when you read that title, but it would not be unusual if you treated it as a fill-in-the-blank question, to which the response may have been something like, “Where do I begin?” That’s certainly … Continue reading

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It All Hangs in the Balance

Balance. This is something that we seem to be moving farther away from. While we tout an understanding of the two Great Commandments – to “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and … Continue reading

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We have left everything to follow you!

In church yesterday, we sang, “Your Love Never Fails” by the band Jesus Culture. Good song. Mellow. Some truth. But, and here’s the rub, some “almost” truth. And before you think this not such a big deal, millions of people … Continue reading

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Making Pie

It’s called the Great Commission with reason. It’s not just a good commission. And it’s not just a great suggestion.  It is the final instructions from Christ to His followers. All of His work up to this point was to … Continue reading

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