Monthly Archives: March 2011

Christians and the Law

A word for the church today as we vote on ordination standards.
“The whole purpose of grace, in a sense, is just to enable us to keep the law.” Continue reading

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Love Covers Sin

Does love hide or cover up our sins, or does love deal with sin and bring healing and comfort? Read here for more. Continue reading

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God-watching

I don’t mean looking for images of God, Jesus, or the Virgin Mary in coffee stains and potato chips. Continue reading

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The Barren Fig-tree

In preparing for this Sunday’s sermon on John 15:1-11, I stumbled upon yet another poem from Robert Murray McCheyne that I thought worth sharing. Within a vineyard’s sunny bound An ample fig-tree shelter found, Enjoying sun and showers— The boughs … Continue reading

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Help for Japan

You can make a difference in bringing God’s healing to this devastated nation. Continue reading

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God-Saturated People

You know the people. They have spent so much time with God that, like a wet sponge, when squeezed they drip God. Continue reading

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Out of the Water

What are you keeping out of the water and away from God? Continue reading

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