I scanned the article and the comments. It was about evangelism, what’s icky about it, what methods seem to make no sense. Evangelism is “the spreading of the Christian gospel by public preaching or personal witness,” something I had zero problem with as a child, grew to question as a teen, and have grown to […]
The plants need watering. It’s best to do it at the coolest part of the day. That would be now. I have a sermon to write and the order of service pieces need to be in by today. I should work on that now. We have travel plans. It always takes a bit to not […]
today was communion at my church. i love communion sabbaths, and i truly mean love. it’s not so much about the location but the time purposefully set aside to remember the amazing love of Jesus and the way that remembering happens. Adventists typically have communion once a quarter (not every saturday) and we include foot […]
i was asked to sing for a program. things went a little long and i wasn’t able to sing after all. i wasn’t disappointed…i’m not THAT much of a diva. 🙂 i was actually a little relieved because i had planned to sing a cappella. the last time i sang a solo a cappella was […]
Today I’m definitely speaking specifically to people who use the term Christian to define their faith journey. I’m also clearly making (as I always do) a few assumptions about what that means based on what I’ve learned and believe about God. We can’t get away from that. So if you find yourself responding with, “That’s […]
Paul…the apostle miracles religious expectations the swinging of hips how to be saviour following incompetence process value judgements Jesus: true or false atheism does Jesus find us or do we find him and is that mere semantics?
having not grown up with any easter traditions, no easter egg hunts or easter church dresses, i can’t say that i have the same level of “fun” anticipation that i’ve seen in others when it comes to the day that just passed. and i don’t readily remember big church celebrations either, no sunrise services or […]