Monthly Archives: November 2005

Real Live Preacher

Real Live Preacher has posted a good Q and A on the judgement of God. It is timely as Advent leads us to consider the return of Jesus and His role as Judge.

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Chicken Little at American Family Association

I received this letter from the American Family Association today. Don’t they have better things to do than run around with such a campaign for Christmas? Wouldn’t it be better to exert such energy on living out the message and … Continue reading

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Christmas Mood Enhancer

A little something to help get in the mood for the season.

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The Cost of Ministry

Be healed! First Coast News | Strange & Unusual – Pastor Punched in the Eye, Continues Sermon

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World AIDS Day

Visit World Vision’s site and take the test. World Vision: World AIDS Day

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I am finishing preparations to

I am finishing preparations to preach on Matthew 25:31-46, Jesus’ story of the Sheep and the Goats, tomorrow at church. I remembered a story and insight from Jim Wallis’ latest book that tied in with the passage for this week. … Continue reading

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Global Perspective

I am finishing Newbigin’s The Gospel in a Pluralist Society and have much I want to blog on soon. One quote that stayed with me today that I wanted to share is: “One fact that is certainly new is the … Continue reading

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How to Select a Thanksgiving Turkey – just in case you were confused

How to Select a Thanksgiving Turkey – eHow.com

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Kingdom of Heaven–great movie

I watched Kingdom of Heaven over the weekend and, despite the graphic, head-splitting carnage, thoroughly enjoyed it. If you haven’t seen it yet, the story is about the Crusades and of how one Knight(played by Orlando Bloom) who is given … Continue reading

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Pomo church planting

I read this article today at Ooze and found it to be helpful in remembering the importance of being before doing. Demographic studies and five year plans are helpful, but the only thing that will make a difference in the … Continue reading

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