Monthly Archives: August 2007

Can Faith and Doubt Coexist?

Much is being written about Mother Teresa’s spiritual life in a recent compilation of her writings.  Beliefnet.com has an article on it and a poll about faith and doubt.  Is it possible for faith and doubt to coexist?

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Deflecting Conversions at Waffle House

Hannah Rosin writes below about Patrick Henry College, “God’s Harvard.”  I found this at BaptistsToday and was curious to see which school had this title.  The most interesting part of the article is Rosin’s telling of how she had to … Continue reading

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Atonement

I’m not sure if you’ve been following the discussions in the blogosphere about the atonement, but a trip over to technorati for a search will bring up posts by and about people like Steve Chalke and Alan Mann.   What Dr. … Continue reading

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My Beds are Full of These

One of the joys of this past year of living in our home this past year was to see what popped up in the flower beds.  The previous owner was quite the gardener and did a great job of planting … Continue reading

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The Grease of Today ?

High School Musical 2 is all the rage with my kids and obviously with all other tweens and teens.  It is unbelievable how popular #1 was and #2 seems even bigger.  Both of my kids were each at watching parties … Continue reading

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Fresh Expressions in Austin

Austin’s ’emergent’ Christians finding a new path Technorati Tags: emergent, emerging church, Austin, TX Powered by ScribeFire.

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Missional Eating

The Times has an article (below) about eating what’s grown in local farms.  I’ve blogged about this before, but thought again about what this means for community development, especially for Christ-followers who are seeking to live missional lives in their … Continue reading

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On Learning to Be a Christian Housewife

I am a graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, but I find that I always have to add a disclaimer.  I happened to be there during the hostile fundamentalist takeover rather than choosing to go there after the fact.  I … Continue reading

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Tyler

I’ve been in Tyler, TX for the weekend, picking up the kids from Pine Cove Camp and then preaching in the church I grew up in–First Baptist, Tyler.  It was great to see family, reunite with the kids and hear … Continue reading

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Leadership Week

Our church has been satellite hosting the Willow Creek Leadership Summit since Thursday.  It’s our first time to host and I must say that I can’t be more proud of how our members have risen to the occasion and exceeded … Continue reading

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