Monthly Archives: April 2009

A Deeper Knowing

With most people in our life, we know them from a worldly point of view. We could put them in separate categories. Some are on more of an acquaintance level, such as co-workers, classmates, neighbors, etc. Others are on a … Continue reading

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Grace, Grace, Grace!

In his wonderful book What’s So Amazing About Grace? Philip Yancey points out that the true distinctive of the Christian faith is grace. What a refreshing word that is in these times. We’re surrounded by a world that is seeking … Continue reading

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Easter Eyes

Easter has come and gone. Or has it? One of the great dangers of placing Easter as a climax to the Christian celebration is forgetting that Easter isn’t just a one time event. Our whole existence as Christians is of … Continue reading

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Putting Our Stones Down

For the Lenten season we’ve been reflecting on sin, ours and the worlds, through the symbol of stones. Each person took a stone at the beginning of the season and tonight brings them back to lay at the foot of … Continue reading

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Getting Started

Now perhaps the world doesn’t have any eager expectation for another blog, but here I go. I hope to keep this updated with thoughts on God, Scripture, the world, ministry, culture, my family, and maybe baseball sometimes (Tigers blew another one tonight, … Continue reading

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