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You Make Me New

The lyrics from this song ring true as they flow through my mind tonight. I have been in Wheaton, IL for a week now and it still hasn’t quite sunk in, but I feel at home, at peace. 365 more words

Sharing the Gift of Noisetrade

In 2006, my fandom of Derek Webb was at an all-time high. His album “Mockingbird” had rocked my world emotionally and spiritually. I was given the album as a gift and was hooked from the beginning. 412 more words

Speculative Theology

A couple of months ago, I saw this article from “Answers in Genesis” about the controversy surrounding the musical group Gungor and specifically, some statements by Michael Gungor, one of the band members.  2,386 more words

Adam And Eve

Advent: The Fourth Sunday

2 Samuel 7:1-16

7 Now when the king lived in his house and the Lord had given him rest from all his surrounding enemies, 2 the king said to Nathan the prophet, “See now, I dwell in a house of cedar, but the ark of God dwells in a tent.” 3 And Nathan said to the king, “Go, do all that is in your heart, for the Lord is with you.”

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Just another blog about Rob Bell

My first introduction to Rob Bell was in Atlanta at a Catalyst Conference in the early 2000’s.  He was just being discovered by those outside of his home base at… 2,116 more words


When Debate Makes Us "Christians" Forget That We Are Brothers

A sad part about the reactionary culture thriving within many Christian communities, something I think probably stems from human nature not necessarily poor leadership, is that when we dialogue about complex and controversial issues, especially within the realm of theology, many times we walk away from our discussions with an unhealthy and ungodly perspective of our Christian brothers and sisters we talked with. 706 more words

White Man - The Michael Gungor Band

I figure I may as well start with a song that I was taught was polarizing within the Christian community. My youth minister showed it to some friends and I when we were kids, and I’ve showed it to friends as I’ve grown. 48 more words

Ancient Skies