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Pick Up Your Cross          


Then Jesus told his disciples, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake … Continue reading

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A Leadership Skeleton Worth Putting Flesh On


There’s a lot of concepts and practical ideas packed into this comparatively slender book—so much so that I wish it’d been noticeable thicker so that it all could have been unpacked more. Nonetheless, and especially for those who aren’t big-time readers, … Continue reading

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Making Grace Irresistible to the World


Don’t let the seeming exclusivity in the title hold you back—this is the first of hopefully many books to be published by the World Reformed Fellowship, after all. For that matter, don’t let my past kvetchings about that other term … Continue reading

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Do, Because You Are


Consider this a kinder, gentler version of past ruminations on this subject…. as well as (in the case of the next paragraph) a leveraging of one small reworking within Lay It Down: the book (in hopeful anticipation of official publication … Continue reading

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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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