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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DMN interview with Brian McLaren

The last question and McLaren’s answer in this interview are helpful with our church’s study of the parables over the last several weeks. We all too often race forward to clarity out of fear of the intrigue. Brian McLaren: Dallas … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Worthiness of Planting in Suburbia

The following article presents a good question about the soil of Middle Australia that may well apply to middle and upper classes of America. What do you suburban planters think? Backyard Missionary � Blog Archive � Are the ‘middle’ a … Continue reading

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Planting For Organic Growth

Our church has recently moved into a new location, one that is within a new neighborhood in far north Ft. Worth, and has not developed a strong sense of community. The school we are now meeting in is the first … Continue reading

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