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Over the floods that are deepest / Which do Neptune obey...

Well, as long as we’re here, might as well do the whole thing. Ahem.

“Over the mountains / and over the waves / over the fountains / and under the graves / Over the floods that are deepest / which do Neptune obey / Over the rocks that are steepest / Love will find out the way” 763 more words


Netley Day Two - Evangelise

It’s been a good first day at the Methodist Conference in Southport.  The highlight was seeing Rev Steve Wild commissioned as the new President for the year and to hear his impassioned plea for the Church to rediscover and take seriously the work of evangelism. 359 more words

Jesus And Me

Slovakia: June/July 2015, Day 1

We have arrived in Bratislava and our Slovak brothers and sisters met us at the bus station. So good to see family friends again! Be in prayer for us as we minister!

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San Marcos, Youth: June 2015, Day 4

New Beginnings

Day four, the last day on the work site, a day full of emotional goodbyes and tired little bodies. As we all packed up to leave, my work team took a moment to thank our contractor and to look at the house, the house we had spent painting, dry-walling, and preparing for the next mission team. 101 more words

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Divine Gender: The Long-ish Explanation

A short defense of why I have no tolerance for gender-exclusive language in reference to God:

The most popular gendered name for God is “our Father”. 760 more words

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Job 9:33-35 and Seeking a Mediator

Job’s complaint throughout this book is that God inflicts evil on people whether they deserve it or not and there is no way to make a case before God that the punishment received is unjust. 222 more words


San Marcos, Youth: June 2015, Day 3

Strength in Weakness

“Three times I pleaded with the Lord to take it away from me. But he said to me, ‘My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.’ Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.

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