Monthly Archives: January 2014

Idealism Hinders Community – Part I

One of the most thoughtful books ever written on Christian community was penned by Dietrich Bonhoeffer during the tragic period of WWII Germany. I would highly encourage everyone to read “Life Together” at some point. In the book Bonhoeffer makes … Continue reading

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A Time To Be Told “No!”

I’ve been exploring the necessity of community in our life, and discussing some of the hurdles that get in the way of that community. I like to read biographies and I’ve been reading Johnny Cash: The Life. It’s an interesting … Continue reading

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“Old Fashioned” Community

I once had the pleasure of hearing Dallas Willard speak in person. I had been invited to participate in the development of a web-based spiritual formation tool the developers were calling Monvee. My wife kiddingly renamed Monvee to Non-vee because … Continue reading

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Fragmented Community

I’ve been thinking lately about the isolation we so often feel in our culture, and the community we all say that we want. So I’m going to be posting some thoughts on this in the coming days. I want to … Continue reading

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An Article On Sabbath Rest

It’s been a fun ride for me over the last few years entering the world of writing. A few years ago I was surprised to discover that writing is a very life-giving form of expression for me, and then I … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

“Resolution one: I will live for God. Resolution two: If no one else does, I still will” Jonathan Edwards I wish you an amazing New Year of living for God’s glory

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