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Monthly Archive for April, 2012

Until A Better Love | Shaun Groves. This is a great little reflection on the reality that love is hard. Shaun Grove’s experience comes out the adoption of a child and the struggles that such a love entails. But like any artist, he tells and shows it in a remarkable way in this short blog.






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On giving away iPads, pony rides, and gazillion eggs for Easter when the Gospel ought to be enough. « eugene cho. Living near a church in Toledo that dropped 30,000 eggs this weekend, I really like this article as a response. Eugene’s ending is the best part for me. If you’re going to a church […]






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Amazing. Got my act together to have all my Holy Week and Easter sermons done so I had time to do a podcast this morning. Its a reflection on the meaning of Easter that comes out of an email I received from a WJP listener about what Easter means. Considering Jesus is on the front […]






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Happy Zombie Jesus Day!. Cudos to Central Christian Church in Columbus, GA for the attention getting leap to get non-Christians to think about Easter. Being a zombie movie fan and all the zombie hype right now, proper church people will be offended. People not in church will wonder if resurrection is different from being a […]






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David Lose: Is God Angry At You? A Good Friday Reflection. On this Good Friday, here is a great reflection that as Christians, not all of us take the popular Evangelical position of Jesus as God’s whipping boy and this warped idea that God has to kill someone in order to really love and forgive […]






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Andrew Sullivan: Christianity in Crisis – The Daily Beast. A lengthy but excellent observation of the state of North American Christianity. Despite the reach of American culture and megachurch outreach, the growth of Protestant churches in Africa and Roman Catholicism in South American is different from here. North American Christianity is at a point of […]






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