Monthly Archives: June 2011

Thinking about the Great Commission and the Great Commandment

The preaching of the Gospel and the service of men’s need are equally authentic and essential parts of the church’s responsibility. But neither is a substitute for the other. No amount of service, however expert and however generous, is a

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Reflections on the Family Meal

I don’t know about you, but mealtime was never dull growing up. Well, that’s mostly accurate. Now, truth be told, I had all sorts of experiences around the family meal table. Of course there were the requisite good days and

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Faithful then, Faithful now

“In fact, one criterion to apply to worship in any congregation, regardless of the liturgical style it embraces, is that of historical remembrance and proclamation: Does worship proclaim the whole sweep of divine activity past, present, and future? Does worship

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  • RT @DZRishmawy: To Trump (stative verb): being generally horrible and unfit for office of any kind. 1 day ago
  • RT @XplodingUnicorn: 3-year-old: What time is it? Me: What’s it matter? You can’t tell time. 3-year-old: Me: 75:30. 3-year-old: I knew … 4 days ago
  • RT @timkellernyc: All human problems are ultimately symptoms, and our separation from God is the cause. 4 days ago

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