Monthly Archives: July 2005

What Is Simple Church? (part 2)

In part 1, I explained a bit about how I came to ask some tough questions about what we do in “church” and whether it is really what God had in mind. In this conclusion, I’ll detail a bit more … Continue reading

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What Is Simple Church? (part 1)

OK, in the absence of any other topics pressing on my brain right now, I want to take a few moments to define a term that I’ve already used in my blog, but may not be familiar to everyone who … Continue reading

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Symphony or Cacophony?

Last night, I took my wife and son to a performance of the Eastern Philharmonic Orchestra. It was a great evening. As a classically-trained pianist, it is always a delight to get the chance to attend a concert of “serious … Continue reading

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Agreeing to Disagree

In the journey that my wife and I have been on spiritually for the last couple years, I have been blessed to have several people come into my life off of whom I can bounce thoughts and ideas without fear … Continue reading

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Joel Osteen’s new church building

I wasn’t sure if I wanted to address this topic right out of the gate, but it’s getting some press and other bloggers are talking about it, so I thought I would weigh in with my thoughts… The Internet Monk … Continue reading

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