Monthly Archives: March 2011

Stewardship Campaign Gone Bad. . .

. . . is how I would classify the church sign I passed last week, declaring, “Pastoral Leadership Deserves Financial Support.” Advertisements

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Back Online and Headed to Bogota

I wouldn’t trade my life in rural West Tennessee for anything, but one advantage I cannot boast of here is living on the cutting edge of technology. That’s ok with me — I would rather be able to see the … Continue reading

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Theology is Living to God

This morning, I read about the life and thought of William Ames, a Puritan teacher of the late 16th and early 17th Century. Ames is most valuable for his emphasis on practical Christianity. In his Marrow of Theology, he wrote … Continue reading

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