Month: July 2009

Friday Photo

Another recent photo with the Nifty 50.
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Kings and Bread – Thoughts from the Edge

The Lectionary Texts often offer uncanny inter-relationships of the suggested texts. On a deeper level the texts provide a healthy mashup to evidence the edges and nuances which come to life when read together, meditated over, and poured over for connecting relationships. The texts for this week continue that … Continue reading

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Cries(es) of Leadership

Seth Godin considers the new leaders to be heretics. (Tribes) In religious settings we eschew the label heretic. Although, the word becomes an incendiary device hurled toward anyone who does not espouse “my” orthodoxy, which of course is “the” orthodoxy.

Ed Stetzer is on record noting another malady – … Continue reading

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More of the Same – The Glimmer is Coming off the GCR

Seems like Southern Baptist state newsletters, er uh, newspapers like to be the center of attention. Last week the Baptist Messenger ran a note a graphic used in a previous issue of a “Proclamation on Morality” to be a “misrepresentation.” Talk about soft retraction.

If the shimmer comes off … Continue reading

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Character or Orientation – Webster on Piper on God

The folks at Upstream Collective pointed to this post by Derek Webster. This came to mind when thinking back over the message offered yesterday at Snow Hill. The text was David’s indulgence in power to take another man’s wife and then have him killed. Troubling dissonance enters the … Continue reading

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