Monthly Archives: February 2013

Observing the Interweb: Wrestling With an Angel, Ministry Fakers, Ministry Beards, First World Problems, and The Gospel in 1 – 2 – & – 5 minutes

Wrestling with an Angel – This is a moving post about an unusual fist fight. Very much worth reading. And for a a more substantial read, you should absolutely read this book that shares more than the title of the … Continue reading

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Observing the Interweb: Cutting Edge Ministry?, 60 Reasons, Honoring the Pope, Unequally Yoked, Abraham Lincoln, and a Visual Aid The End Times

Cutting Edge Youth Ministry – This post is mainly about the false idea that there is such a thing as cutting edge youth ministry, but in reality, you could take out the word “youth” and the post would ring just … Continue reading

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Love Quote for Valentine’s Day

The secret to intimacy with another person is discovering the sufficient of God’s love without that person. It is the only way we are ever free to give love to another human being who can never meet the needs of … Continue reading

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Argo: A Review

“If we wanted applause, we would have joined the circus.” It’s fitting that this quote would represent so well the true life account of the most outlandish CIA rescue mission in US history and so poorly the movie upon which … Continue reading

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Observing the Interweb: Don’t Let the Screen Strangle Your Soul, Black History Year, Selling the Message of the Gospel, Beyonce, Parenting Young Kids,

Don’t Let the Screen Strangle Your Soul is a two part piece from Kevin Deyoung about our great need for discernment and self control when it comes to our tendency toward technological dependency. You can read parts 1 and 2 … Continue reading

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The Missional Love of the Apostle Paul

I am speaking the truth in Christ —I am not lying; my conscience bears me witness in the Holy Spirit — that I have great sorrow and unceasing anguish in my heart. For I could wish that I myself were … Continue reading

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Observing the Interweb: Dare to be Immoral, From Prison to the Pulpit, A Glorious Anniversary, Coming Out in Favor of Chik-Fil-A, The Paper man, and more…

Dare to Be Immoral – Colin Hansen over at TGC examines the mirage of morality in our culture and the role of the Christian in standing above the “moral majority”. The First Christian Service in Australia – The first Christian … Continue reading

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