Category Archives: Re-blog

2017 Bible Literacy Roundup

I was asked to respond to two questions about Bible literacy, along with Ed Delph, Daniel Lim, and Mark Hendrickson, on David McDermott’s blog, Your Fortress.  It’s quite an honor and privilege to be part of such a group and be asked to … Continue reading

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What is needed

I saw this video posted by two blogging friends of mine: Michael Stephens (A “Mike” for Christ), and Susan Irene Fox. This video is so good and so important for the time we’re living in that I had to spread … Continue reading

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Honesty and Truth — Church Set Free

Here’s a post from Cate B. where she shares a video with Eugene Peterson (Message Bible) and Bono! They talk about the importance of being honest with God, with what’s going inside of us. Worth the watch! Please go to “Church Set Free” … Continue reading

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Raw and Real

Originally posted on Lessons by Heart:
To know that we’re loved by God with the same love as His love for Jesus is amazing; heartwarming; unless… …you’ve been abused most of your life… …and you believe that God punished Jesus…

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Your value

Originally posted on In My Father's House:
Do you know your value to God the Father? It’s not something that can be calculated, only received by way of revelation. As Bill Johnson has pointed out so many times, if…

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Children of wrath

Originally posted on alancetotheheart:
Paul says we should be transformed by the renewing of our minds. Rom 12:2 Do not be conformed to this world (this age), [fashioned after and adapted to its external, superficial customs], but be transformed (changed)…

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Test All Things

Originally posted on Beyond the Map:
There is no shortage of wranglings over theological private interpretations of Scripture, so how do we evaluate whether something is valid or not.  Should we follow the loudest voice, stick to tradition, get offended at…

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