Monthly Archives: December 2008

Book 23/48 – The Great Emergence by Phyllis Tickle

My wife asked me while I was reading this book if I have read many female voices in the whole emergent discussion, and I had to say that I had not. It’s not because I have avoided reading women, it … Continue reading

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Book 22/48 – Soul Graffiti by Mark Scandrette

Although I am hoping to begin reviewing some books I have already read this upcoming year (sounds like a good resolution) I just finished Mark Scandrette’s book Soul Graffiti. I met Mark in 2007 at Soularize in the Bahamas and … Continue reading

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avoiding the past

My friend James posted a link to an old post of mine that as I sit here in Victoria had me thinking. I wonder how much further I have truly thought about these thoughts on creating community. One of the … Continue reading

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over anxious updater

Well, because I am quick to do things before reading instructions, I have ruined my wordpress theme for the next two weeks. Hopefully this doesn’t effect those of you reading along via RSS. I hope to post regularly throughout the … Continue reading

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Blankets for the Drive!

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confess Jesus as Lord and die

We had a great chat at toh on Sunday on our doubt night and I want to make a quick comment about one of the questions concerning whether verbal affirmation/ belief of the message of Jesus is adequate to consider … Continue reading

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