Monthly Archives: August 2005

Christians and Politics in America

This is a tough topic for me to write about because it so easily becomes an emotional issue filled with very strong opinions for people. But I do want to make some comments about a growing trend in America that … Continue reading

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An Army of Ordinary People – new book

One of my favorite simple church websites is House 2 House. These people are fantastic, and their passion for simple church is so evident in all they do. We’ve had the privilege of meeting with some of their staff members … Continue reading

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Quit Blaming God!

I have a feeling I might step on some toes with this one, but I hope that already in the short lifespan of this blog one can sense the heart with which I write. I do not write to be … Continue reading

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Being “in Christ” and Personal Responsibility

In theology, there is often a raging debate between those who say that we should do nothing in the way of “works” as part of our relationship with God and those who say that we have to do a lot … Continue reading

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“Whisper Down the Lane” Theology

I’m sure you remember this game from when we were kids. A bunch of kids sit in a line, and the first one whispers something to the second one. That one, in turn, turns and whispers what they heard to … Continue reading

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