Monthly Archives: June 2009

The Power of Fear

Find here a tragic and telling story about human nature. As I’ve been talking about I John 4.18, here is a striking illustration of this played out. Note the presence of fear in all parties as this neighborly relationship spirals … Continue reading

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No Fear: Part II

I recently served on an panel interviewing potential candidates for ministry in the CRC. I asked one seminarian this question, “As a pastor, what does it mean for you to be a key leader who guides a community that is supposed to be different from the … Continue reading

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No Fear: Part I

I remember the trendy shirts from the ’90s that stated “No Fear.” They’d give some sort of little setting like, “Meeting your girlfriend’s parents for the first time…No Fear.” Well, they were probably more tough sounding than that, but you … Continue reading

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