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Lake Neuron » Lake Neuron | whirlwind

It has been a heck of a week so far, and it’s only Wednesday. Last night, of course, was the annual Nashville Symphony concert at Calsonic Arena in Shelbyville, for which I’m a co-chair. Of course, I probably shouldn’t take credit for that this year; … [Read More...]

The Fat Pastor | Mothers’ Day Litany

One:      All who gather here are sons or daughters. All:         We praise God for the women who gave us life. One:      For mothers brave, strong, compassionate, full of wisdom and grace, All:         We give God thanks and praise. One:      For … [Read More...]

A Pastor's Thoughts | Living the Gospel

All of Jesus’ rules of ministry, his “tips for the road,” are very interpersonal. They are based on putting people in touch with people. Person-to-person is the way the gospel was originally communicated. Person-in-love-with-person, … [Read More...]

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Great New Book on Holy Communion

I’ve known Ken Loyer for well over ten years now. We overlapped in graduate school at SMU, and even though we were in different fields, we were able to have some really good conversations about the church, ministry, and Christian theology. … [Read More...]

Digital Ministry and the Future of the Church

Digital Ministry and the Future of the Church

Digital Ministry" is the future of the church. God is at work in new spaces like social media. Technology informs culture more than ever before. What will it mean to do ministry in this fast changing world. This interview with Rev. Wil Ranney, a … [Read More...]

Inch Deep Mile Wide Faith

A Cure for Mile-Wide and Inch-Deep Religion

CORVALLIS, Ore. (RNS)  I am in this lovely college town to help a congregation discern its path forward. It faces challenges that many church leaders will recognize: leadership, finances, isolation from the surrounding community, not enough young … [Read More...]

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