Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Good Samaritan Retold

A fellow was driving through West Texas along a deserted two-lane highway. Seems like he was somewhere out on the other side of Odessa, if I remember right. It was hot and dry and so dusty he felt like he … Continue reading

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You Can Be Led By the Spirit

Ask three people what it means to be “led by the Spirit,” and you will get five different opinions. For many, to be led by the Spirit simply means to get in tune with our random impulses and sanctify every emotional urge … Continue reading

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Wash Your Mouth

Had a great conversation this morning at breakfast with Tim Rivers. We were talking about the way God sees us and the way he wants us to see ourselves–as created in the image of God. Tim mentioned this video, one … Continue reading

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Communion: A brief introduction

Found this while rummaging through some old notes. A few scattered thoughts on communion that I presented just before we received the Lord’s Supper a few months ago. Looks like I arranged it as a series of questions and answers … Continue reading

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Alaina’s graduation

It is not often that I blog about family stuff–in fact, let’s be honest, it is not often that I blog at all, a failing I would like to correct before the end of my days–but I am musing today … Continue reading

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