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let’s eat!

[this is a recap of what would have been my message on Sunday, IF I had preached.  God had other plans… He is so fun!] I don’t know about you, but I LIKE to eat!  If I’m not making a decision to fast, I normally do not miss a meal, or any snack, or any … Continue reading

the (C)hurch. . . part 3

If you’re new, please check out post #1 and post #2 in this series.  And for those who have been following along, make sure you read all the comments on the previous two, there’s some GREAT insights that are still being added. . . .I’m not sure why post #2 in this series did not … Continue reading

where is the church going in the 21st century?

Ok.  So, that’s a pretty diplomatic title for the series of discussions (aka “can of worms”) I hope to open up in the next few weeks.  I hope that you will join me and throw in your input.  To put it in more bluntly, one might ask: “Is the church broken?” I have heard some … Continue reading

Unity- Part 4

Really, I hoped to not be so “serious” and “spiritual” all the time on this blog . . . I’m just taken with this topic right now… someday soon (hopefully) I’ll have a “just for fun” blog… Part 4:  We go farther together.  This is one of the biggest hurdles for us in the Western … Continue reading

Unity- Part 2

If you have n’t read Part 1 of this series, to that first: click here.  After you’ve done that you might want to check out this interesting post about corporate times of praise/worship — funny, we all use different words to describe this time we share together glorifying God, singing songs, etc…. and there are … Continue reading

Unity- Part 1

Ah.  I’m learning a lot about this… or, I feel like I am.   I have long been burdened to see unity happen in the people of God.  I have given of myself to try and see this happen.  But, I guess it’s harder than one would expect.   John 17:20-23  “My prayer is not for … Continue reading

We all long for freedom

“There is hope, but we fear to hope,” she said. “We still dream of rearing our children in a country where everybody would have equal chances at opportunities.” This is a quote from an article I just read about Myanmar’s current unrest (Yahoo news got  this one right, thanks to the AP).  Pray for the Christians … Continue reading