Monthly Archives: October 2005

What a tragedy

I was saddened to hear the news of Kyle Lake’s death today. I have known Kyle for as long as I can remember, growing up in the same church family and hometown. I have always known of his passion for … Continue reading

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Willimon on Religion and Politics

Dr. Willimon has has posted an essay on his blog that has a good ring to it in these interesting days of discussing the mix of religion and politics. The phone call about the change in Baptist churches is telling … Continue reading

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Progressional Dialogue

Our church met in homes this past summer before moving into another school. One of the wonderful things about meeting in homes was that the preaching/teaching time was always–really by necessity–interactive and conversational. By the time we moved into the … Continue reading

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Wind–my new excuse

Oddly Enough News Article | Reuters.com

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Bono and Bush Talk about the Poor

I just read this and it explains how Bono has stayed on point and in focus on helping the poor. Check it out here: BREITBART.COM – Just The News

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Parent/Child Dedication

Our first parent/child dedication service went well. It was exciting for us as a church to celebrate God’s gift of children and to see the parents/grandparents/godparents and church make a commitment to raising these children in God’s way.

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Rob Bell

Yes, I know it is late and I’m still up blogging. This has been a busy week and I have not spent as much time reading through my bloglist and articles that are normally a part of my daily diet. … Continue reading

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