Being Biblically Sent

July 11, 2018, 0 Comments

In the New Testament epistles and the Revelation of John, the arrival of the Messiah in the world is seen as a part of the sending motif in Scripture. Noted from John’s first epistle, insight is

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Bible study, Christian Living

The Royal Law

July 9, 2018, 0 Comments

The following is from my small group study “Pursuing Holiness: Applications from James.” You can find it online here. Sin is far too easily dismissed. “It wasn’t a big deal.” “No one got hurt.” “It

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Christian Living

Our Missional Citizenship

July 2, 2018, 0 Comments

Within all of the foundational documents of the USA, there is no statement that begins with: “The purpose of the United States of America is…” Instead, the closest type of statement is found in the

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Friday Links

June 29, 2018, 0 Comments

Here are five posts that I enjoyed this week plus a bonus social media post. 1. Ron Edmondson – Excellence Often Comes with Quirks. A brief but insightful post about how to move past people’s

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5 Reasons I Use the CSB Translation

June 28, 2018, 0 Comments

I happily use the CSB translation of the Bible for my personal reading and my public ministry. The Christian Standard Bible is reliable and accessible to any reader of scripture. Here are a few of

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Bible study, Jesus

Jesus Revealed in Revelation

June 25, 2018, 0 Comments

Dystopian futures and apocalyptic stories have always been popular stories to write and tell. It seems that there has been a resurgence in this genre over the last few years. Series of novels, television shows,

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