Monthly Archives: September 2012

Love, Obedience, and Purity of Heart

I’ve been spending a lot of time in the “upper room discourse” lately, in John 13-14 in particular so far. It’s an interesting section, since it’s one of the few where you really see Jesus interacting with His disciples collectively, … Continue reading

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Who We Are, Where We’re Going, and How We Get There

(or: How I Spent My Extended Summer Vacation, 2011 version) Buckle up, friends—this’un’s gonna be almost as autobiographical as informative. But the back story does inform the official one. So bear with me…. For the final 4 1/2 years I was … Continue reading

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Gospel Identity: The Reviews Start Coming in….

Originally posted on Confessions of a Futon Reformer:
At this year’s General Assembly of the PCA, I received a preview copy of New Growth Press’s small group materials. I was excited because I am a big fan of New Growth…

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A Remedy for Burnout

“Life doesn’t start when you’re twenty, or when you’re forty. Life starts at Calvary. And that’s where fruitful service begins as well.” I’m still bothered trying to figure out exactly how much of this really happened and how much is … Continue reading

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