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NCourage and smallness

It’s a little awkward to write a blog entry like this lest it be taken as a cry for affirmation from my own church members. That is not the intention. However, I will not refuse any encouragement directed my way…. Continue Reading →

Of radio, painting and snowmen

We’ve been in Alaska since last Thursday night, and it’s amazing what we’ve been able to cram into a week, thanks to the ever-tireless efforts and prodding of a pregnant Kristy. She’s got more energy than we do! You should… Continue Reading →

Review: Breaking the Missional Code

Breaking the Missional Code: Your Church Can Become a Missionary in Your Community by Ed Stetzer I read Stetzer’s Planting Missional Churches while I was at Glorieta this summer – mainly because I had borrowed it from Jackie Flake last… Continue Reading →

Review: The Reformed Pastor

The Reformed Pastor by Richard Baxter Here’s the scene: a pastor is deeply frustrated about the steady degeneration of his society. In addition to this, churches are in sad shape across the country. Members of churches are self-consumed and refuse… Continue Reading →

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