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Mark 6:1-6 Jesus returns to His hometown Have you ever come home after an extended time away – perhaps at college, in the military, or after moving away coming home for Christmas? It’s great! Your parents are thrilled to have you home, your Mom smothers...read more
This article was written in response to this one by Chuck Queen. It may not make much sense unless you read Chuck’s article first. Click here to read. In and of itself the Gospel as an event and in power unifies mankind with God. We as Christians seek to...read more
From what I hear, property ownership disputes are pretty ugly things to be involved in. An owner leaves property to his children in his will, and one of them tries to use shady legal loopholes to shut the other kids out. A rental property is entrusted to the care of a...read more
As I’ve been working on my dissertation, which is a constructive theology exploring the idea of a Vineyard sacramental ecclesiology, I’ve been reflecting on the relationship between engaging, integrating, and creating theology. I’m convinced that...read more
The worship journey is a fascinating one, but not always for the reasons you might expect. Who knew that a desire to go deeper with God would inspire “wars”? Or that churches would feel compelled to create genre-specific musical ghettoes in order to cope?...read more
I’m a singer songwriter. There was a period in my life when I wrote a lot of songs. I also rewrote a lot of old Hymns. Now that I am a full time Pastor and father of 3 I don’t write much anymore. In this series I will be sharing with you some of the songs I have...read more
I wrote a post recently about how the term evangelical seems to have been co-opted and caricatured to the point where it has almost become meaningless. And possibly even detrimental. This came out of ongoing conversations with friends, representing a variety of...read more
“Historically, fundamentalism was a theological position; only gradually did the movement come to signify a mood and disposition as well. In its early [years] leadership reflected ballast, and less of bombast and battle… “If modernism stands...read more
Two daughters are fully restored by Jesus (Mark 5:21-43) — So much of what happens in Mark 4 & 5 involves Jesus teaching beside the sea of Galilee (Mk. 4:1-34), crossing the sea and calming a storm (Mk. 4:35-41), delivering a demoniac once he reaches the...read more
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