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Sharing the Gospel: Communicating Truth and Celebrating Trust

Being reformed (that is, committed to the whole counsel of God in terms of its thought, teaching, and common threads) can, if one is not careful, sap the vitality and life out of ones persistence in prayer and zeal for

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When things don’t fit: Why Story Matters.

I recently came across this piece from npr.org regarding the expiration of TARP, and the quandary that many in the news media faced themselves to be in, as they had no way to categorize what had happened based on the narrative they had built.

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Redefining a “Culture-War”

Admittedly, this next quote is a bit long, and could be complex. I encourage you to thoughtfully read and process it all. For Christians to regard the work of culture in any literal sense as “kingdom-building” this side of heaven

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Redefining “Kingdom Building” by deconstructing “Kingdom Building”

In thinking about what a rediscovery of a “doctrine of vocation” might look like in our contemporary context, we must turn our attention to the notion of “building the kingdom of God” and the problematic trappings that come with the

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Resist dividing your life into two separate parts!

When I divide my existence into two separate parts—“ministry” and “my life”—guess which one gets the short end of the stick? Guess which one has to get by on my leftover time, my leftover energy, my leftover finances, and my

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