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Comment on First Thoughts on The Common English Bible by Quasiblogo1

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 01:15:00 +0000

One could say that it shouldn't happen, but I had reached that point that in my familiarity with Biblical text, I wished for a version that would cause me to pause and consider anew, with fresh imagery, the truths in God's Word. Somehow, the CEB does this, and I gratefully go to every morning to read from it. I highly recommend the CEB!

Comment on Global Leadership Summit: Transitions by dottie besteman

Mon, 21 Mar 2016 20:28:00 +0000

This is a great little article. I sat on the board of a Christian ministry, late 90s, early 2000s. An elderly man resigned and as he announced it at a meeting, he said it was to take care of his wife 24/7. After he announced this, the president challenge him to spend even more time at this Christian ministry. I left disappointed as well as my elderly friend. Willow does it right! It is no surprise that your ministry has been SO blest.

Comment on New Church for Mark Driscoll by MKulnir

Mon, 08 Feb 2016 15:46:00 +0000

"What does repentance look like for high profile leaders?" The same as it looks for "low profile leaders." God is not a respecter of persons.

Comment on This Week in Ministry January 22: IMB, Succession, and Mega-Churches by IMB Cuts More Jobs as Financial Struggles Continue -

Mon, 25 Jan 2016 09:01:05 +0000

[…] missionaries are returning from the field en masse: Todd and I discussed this on Friday’s podcast. Through his work with ChurchJobs.TV, he is seeing a large number of recently returned missionaries […]

Comment on The Anglican Communion Suspends the Episcopal Church by Chet

Mon, 18 Jan 2016 16:06:00 +0000

It will be fun indeed. Even within the Episcopal Church (America's Anglican expression), there is a deep divide. The church is shrinking significantly as a whole, but individual congregations that have not lost their focus on maintaining a Biblically sound theology seem to be bucking that trend. It has been fun over the past two years for me to spend time with a really great Episcopal rector whose congregation is among those who have maintained sound doctrine on marriage. They are a vibrant community of faith.

Comment on The McDonald’s Hermeneutic by Little Pink Houses or What Color is Your Roof? -

Sat, 09 Jan 2016 23:28:02 +0000

[…] Planting a church in Madison, Wisconsin (home of the Freedom From Religion Foundation) in the same manner that you would plant a church in the Atlanta area would be about as foolish as using asphalt shingles on a house in Bermuda.  Knowing the distinctives of your local context takes time and effort, but ultimately helps you plant a church that is far better equipped for Kingdom impact (for a couple of thoughts on how to better learn your context click here and here). […]

Comment on Church Planting: Exegeting Your Community by Little Pink Houses or What Color is Your Roof? -

Sat, 09 Jan 2016 23:19:11 +0000

[…] equipped for Kingdom impact (for a couple of thoughts on how to better learn your context click here and […]

Comment on Church Planting: Sustainable Planting (part one) by What Church Planting Taught Me -

Fri, 08 Jan 2016 03:01:23 +0000

[…] Church Planting. (part one)(part two)(part three)  Ministry in general is a far more demanding profession than most people […]

Comment on And Then We Moved to Waco… by Climbing Back in the Saddle for 2016 -

Tue, 05 Jan 2016 10:46:18 +0000

[…] is, life got a little crazy. In the last two years Theresa and I moved to Texas on short notice, I started seminary, created and sold a vending business, started working at a […]