Sep 16 2014

Tom Lambrecht | Good News Magazine: Inclusiveness Run Amok

The impulse to include everyone in everything is an admirable trait.  God’s love is inclusive (“God so loved the world”) and the offer of salvation through the death and resurrection of Christ is for everyone (not just “the elect”).  However, inclusiveness can become an ideology that becomes incapable of drawing boundaries or making common-sense distinctions. […]

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Sep 16 2014

YouthWorker Movement: 5 quick tips for going on vacation

It does happen from time to time. We all know the double work that occurs before you take time off, especially if you’re trying to string together a few days away. It usually results in a soul-crushing couple of days beforehand of trying to remember who needs to know what followed by a laundry-til-midnight packing […]

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Sep 16 2014

thoughtfulpastor: Denton Mystery Worship One: The Sound of Children

After attending multiple worship services this summer where children were excluded, it was a refreshing delight for me to be in one where children were obviously welcome and heard. A friend of mine, his two pre-teen sons, and I attended the 8:00 am Mass at Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church in Denton. The sounds of…

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Sep 16 2014

Gloria Deo (Wesleyan-Anglican musings): Scottish Independence?

Christene and I recently returned from a trip to Italy.  While there I was able to grab an “International Edition” of the USA TODAY (a rather flimsy paper that could have used a few more pages, considering the cost) to keep up with the news. &nbsp…

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Sep 16 2014

Joseph Yoo: Non-Negotiables Part II

Recently, I posted a blogpost about my Non-Negotiables when it comes to my faith and beliefs. I wrote it for my blog and didn’t really censor myself (not that I said anything bad) but it was picked up by Ministry Matters (for which I’m grateful). I wrote that for me; to explain what I believe — what will never (though, … Continue reading 

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Sep 16 2014

Preceding Grace: Got Bread?

My older sister Becky and her family moved to the state of Washington when I was about ten years old.  This was a fun place to visit and I still remember my first time on Seattle’s wharf.We were walking around and some people had fishing lines ove…

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