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I Want You To Be Excellent

THIS IS MY WISH FOR MY STUDENTS, CHILDREN, MYSELF, AND YOU. 

Just be excellent…beyond grades, titles, awards, criticism, and whatever is out there that gets in the way.

Big Concepts

3. The God Who Creates

Introduction

After reviewing the entire history of redemption we will go back to the beginning and spend the next months working our way through the great story of creation, fall, redemption, and consummation. 1,698 more words

Theology

Just Finished Genesis

I’m reading through the Bible (not in a year, that stresses me out!) and I just finished the book of Genesis. Before moving on to Exodus, I wanted to take a little bit of time and reflect on what I had just read. 674 more words

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2. The Gospel as Metanarrative

Introduction

If you where to explain the gospel to someone, where are some places in Scripture that you might start? Maybe in one of the gospels or in Romans, what are your thoughts? 1,701 more words

Theology

Looking Back

I DON’T WANT TO MULCH THIS SATURDAY. I know it’s our big to-do for when the weather’s right, but I don’t want to. I want to do things young people with kids do, like a soccer game or dance recital or gymnastics. 813 more words

Big Concepts

Truth Be Told – Part 1, continued: Truth is a Story

DRAGNET WAS A POPULAR TV POLICE DRAMA in the 1950s and 60s, featuring dramatized actual cases from the Los Angeles Police Department. The main character, Sergeant Joe Friday (played by Jack Webb), was a terse, no-nonsense cop just looking to solve cases and catch crooks as quickly and efficiently as possible. 990 more words

Philosophy

A Brief Introduction to Post-Modernism

The structure is crumbling. No longer is there a prevailing monolithic permeating absolute for us to gaze upon and collectively fall to our knees in submission. 1,167 more words

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