Monthly Archives: July 2013

It Costs Him for Me to Suffer

One of my deepest convictions is that the Church of the 21st century needs to further develop their theology of suffering.  We have focused so much on a “me” centered gospel that it has left us completely unprepared for the … Continue reading

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The Dance – Part 1

I grew up in a pretty conservative home.  We didn’t drink, smoke or dance.  Well, we almost never danced. . . There were a couple of occasions when my Dad, who was a pastor, pulled the blinds in our house … Continue reading

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