Tag Archives: Dietrich Bonhoeffer

The Evils of Division (part 1)

7 things Christians forfeit when we fight among ourselves. Continue reading

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I don’t think that word means what you think it means…

Like that one voice in a choir that is just off the note, slightly out of tune, that it makes the spine tingle. Continue reading

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Savior and Lord

We cannot take Jesus a la carte – picking and choosing what we think we like and need from Him and leaving the rest behind. We are not given that choice. He will be Savior and Lord to you, or He will be nothing to you at all. Continue reading

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Why I love the Church, in spite of what I was taught at seminary.

I love the church which God valued so highly that He would send His Son to establish it, the church that Jesus has purchased with his own blood, the church that has been called out of sin and called to proclaim the Gospel to a broken world. Continue reading

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I Want to Obey…

Only those who obey can believe, and only those who believe can obey. Continue reading

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