Monthly Archives: July 2015

Broken

Santa Cruz, July 28th, 2015 Sitting here at the Tannery Arts Center, it’s quiet. The occasional person walks by and there is acknowledgement, a nod of the head, a faint and polite smile . . . no one quite sure … Continue reading

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Digging Out

Today I’m re-entering my day-to-day existence after being gone from the office for two weeks. I’ve spent the last two weeks doing ministry at two different camps. I was the pastor in residence at Mount Hermon’s Family Camp, and the … Continue reading

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Taking A Break

Renewal is a very important thing for all of us. If you do nothing, life will naturally drain your battery. So you’ve got to be proactive and take breaks. I’m going to be doing some ministry, and renewing, at summer … Continue reading

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Celebrating God’s Priority

Last night as I was channel surfing I realized that my TV remote pretty much represents the American dream of fully enjoying “the unalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” which is promised in our Declaration of … Continue reading

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“I Have Overcome The World” – Jesus

This morning I finished reading the red letters of the Gospels. I made this commitment to myself to read Jesus’ words to start 2015 and it’s been a very good journey. I’ve been struck by how smart, funny (sometimes sarcastically … Continue reading

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Band Of Brothers

A lot of people have complained about church denominations over the years. I’ve been one of them. Since Jesus says that His church is united under His headship, why do we need to have so many denominations, and why can’t … Continue reading

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