Monthly Archives: February 2013

Going OUT and Making Disciples


Confession time: I’ve always—OK, for the past eight years, anyway—had a decided aversion to the term “missional.” I’ve never objected to what it actually means (or should mean), but I’ve also never quite understood why living out the Great Commission … Continue reading

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Of Obedience, “Hidden Tendencies,” and the Grace in Between


I’m currently in the process of my half-dozenth or so go-round with Watchman Nee’s The Spiritual Man. If y’r familiar with the book (and even if you’re not), it may not be Summa Theologica or Institutes of the Christian Religion … Continue reading

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Living Out of Death


Let me eat when I’m hungry let me drink when I’m dry two dollars when I’m hard up religion when I die… —”Moonshiner,” traditional (via Dylan and esp. Uncle Tupelo, in my case) Religion, in its truest form, is for … Continue reading

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Finding a Greater Desire


There’s no question that you know someone who struggles with a sexual addiction, whether you’re aware of it of not. What’s more: If you’re a guy, there’s a very good chance that person is you (and that you’re all too … Continue reading

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