Notes from the Trail

Life, adventure and faith from southwest Virginia

Month

September 2005

New to Typepad

Hey everyone… I’m new to Typepad (having used iBlog mostly, as well as Blogwave Studio) and have spent this evening copying and pasting posts from my old blog into this new blog. Therefore, even though all the posts you see… Continue Reading →

Kingdom Authority-Adrian Rogers

This is a synopsis form notes I took in June 2004: The Incredible Power of Kingdom Authority by Adrian Rogers Why are we fighting a battle already lost when we could enjoy a victory already won? The Trinity of Evil:… Continue Reading →

My Philosophy of Ministry

I have found that the working out of my salvation and my perceptions of theology to be most beneficial and enlightening. I am both challenged and enouraged by the task that is before me as I seek to be obedient… Continue Reading →

Key Thoughts from “A Long Obedience” by Eugene Peterson

First of all, anyone named Eugene that can write a book like this AND translate the entire Bible into what we now have as “The Message” Bible is worth reading! I’ve basically gone through the book and typed up everything… Continue Reading →

Trust & Delight

Two things that require great mental gymnastics “Trust in the Lord and do good, then you will live safely in the land and prosper. Take delight in the Lord, and He will give you your heart’s desires.” Psalm 37.3-4 Trust… Continue Reading →

Righteous Day Mapping

Just some simple thoughts on Proverbs 4.25-26 about how to orient your day to God. These verses , I believe show us how we might practice “righteous day mapping.” “Keep your eyes straight ahead; ignore all sideshow distractions. Watch your… Continue Reading →

Stuff I’ve Read Lately

Just a list of books that I’ve read lately… Some have comments about them. Others don’t… Here are some of the things I’ve been reading lately. The Roots of Endurance, John Piper The Unchurched Next Door, Thom Rainer The Last… Continue Reading →

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