Apr 21 2014

Mustard Seeds: #GetChurchRight: Easter Monday AKA Live Like You Mean It (A Mustard Seed Musing)

Another Easter is in the books. Call it a wrap. We woke early, we ate well, we sang hymns we don’t sing nearly often enough, and we welcomed in the C & E crowd (Christmas and Easter for the uninitiated). … Continue reading

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Apr 21 2014

Sunday's Child: Reflection on readings for April 21

Righteousness and justice are the     foundation of your throne;steadfast love and faithfulness     go before you.Happy are the people     who know the festal shout, who walk, O Lord,    …

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Apr 21 2014

Commmonplace Holiness blog: Rob Bell: Resurrection

Original post at http://craigladams.com/blog/rob-bell-resurrection/

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Apr 21 2014

This Day With God: Inspiration from Psalm 147-148

It is good to praise God because when our hope is in His unfailing love; we receive rewards like wonder, inspiration and security. In return, it is pleasing to God when give praise. There is a relationship between God’s Word … Continue reading

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Apr 21 2014

connexions: Easter message

A poem by my friend Howard Ingham
You led me to believe it was all about dying.
You never told me life was involved,
Thanks to the binds you were so set on tying.
You led me to believe it was all about dying -
You were lying. I plan on applying
These p…

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Apr 21 2014

Allan R. Bevere: Blogging as Public Therapy

One of the things I have become conscious of as a preacher is how much of myself gets poured into a sermon. That, of course, is understandable. It is impossible for preachers to separate themselves from who they are, their interests, and what’s im…

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