Monthly Archives: July 2010

Triangular Living

A natural human tendency is what I call “linear” living.  As we conduct our daily business we operate with a sense of self, on  the one side, and, on the other, the person or task currently before us.  God calls … Continue reading

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Good Friday?

by Peter Konz I don’t know about you, but I sometimes have trouble wrapping my head around “Good Friday.”  Not in what God wrought, but more in the name.  It seems a paradox when we consider the trial and passion … Continue reading

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I'm a Christian, Now What? (Part 2)

You’ve just taken the big step.  You placed your faith in Jesus Christ.  You are probably wondering what’s next.  The first answer is that there are a lot of things you could do.  This is a relationship with a living … Continue reading

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I'm a Christian, Now What? (Part 1)

You’ve just taken the big step.  You placed your faith in Jesus Christ.  You are probably wondering what’s next.  The first answer is that there are a lot of things you could do.  This is a relationship with a living … Continue reading

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Accountability

Accountability is a discipline fraught with spiritual landmines.   In fact, most of us would prefer to avoid it altogether.  For clarity’s sake, by accountability I’m talking about speaking truth to someone to correct behavior or thinking.  The problem with … Continue reading

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I'm a Christian, Now What? (Part 3)

You’ve just taken the big step.  You placed your faith in Jesus Christ.  You are probably wondering what’s next.  The first answer is that there are a lot of things you could do.  This is a relationship with a living … Continue reading

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There will come a time, you'll see

When I was given the chance to preach a couple of weeks back, I was debating playing a recorded song. The song had spoken to me strongly and profoundly when I first heard it and perhaps stronger when I thought … Continue reading

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