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Power, complacency and sending (4) David, Bathsheba and a different type of sending

We’ve seen the danger of being people who “send” demonstrating power, control and complacency. However, there is someone else in the Bible who sends. 181 more words

The Christian Life

Abba Father and Dancing Queen

via Daily Prompt: Dancing

“God is in us because we are in Christ. As members of the mystical body, Christians actually partake in the Divine nature of the Trinity.

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Christianity

Statement of Belief (so far)

Transferring my ordination has been an interesting and rewarding process. I was originally ordained more than 16 years ago but my leave of absence has expired and since I am out of relationship with my former denomination (neither serving nor worship with them), I have decided to transfer to the United Methodist Church. 1,219 more words

Theology

When The Sun & Moon Speak

Yesterday, as we all watched the Eclipse together from different places across the country, as we all stared with wonder at the moment of Totality, something really wonderful happened. 508 more words

Miscellaneous

FOREIGNERS IN THEIR MIDST

So much has changed since my last trip to Katerini in February. PERICHORESIS, the church-affiliated non-profit that I will be working with here, now has three separate programs all running simultaneously with separate staff for oversight and implementation. 431 more words

FOREIGNERS IN THEIR MIDST

So much has changed since my last trip to Katerini in February. PERICHORESIS, the church-affiliated non-profit that I will be working with here, now has three separate programs all running simultaneously with separate staff for oversight and implementation. 431 more words

Rethinking Church Practice and Liturgy

Well, my brothers and sisters, let’s summarize. When you meet together, one will sing, another will teach, another will tell some special revelation God has given, one will speak in tongues, and another will interpret what is said. 1,477 more words

Discipleship