At the beginning of September we prayed for the coming months. The Lord put Uganda on our hearts. We were talking to a friend in Uganda about this and received a welcome to Uganda from him and his family. 86 more words
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A Sermon for Year 2, Week 5 of the Narrative Lectionary
As we continue our journey through God’s story and our story as told in the Old Testament this fall, we come to one of the best-known passages in Scripture – the 10 Commandments. 1,809 more words
At the heart of this issue is of course the question what constitutes ‘politics?’ On the one hand we might say the idea of preaching politics is specific, defined by the guidelines of what you legally cannot say from the pulpit without your synagogue or church losing its non-profit status. 534 more words
Yesterday I talked about how saṅkīrtana manifested in the early days in Vṛndāvana – not like saṅkīrtana at all. How was it in Navadvīpa?
Btw, the mood of devotees in Vṛndāvana, headed by the Six Gosvāmīs, can be cited against ISKCON – that we are nothing like them. 1,363 more words
The complexity of cross vocational ministry has be to addressed by each and every pastor pulling double-duty. You have to evaluate time spent at work, at church, with your family, with your church family, in Sabbath and in labor. 466 more words
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For if you forgive others for their transgressions, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others, then your Father will not forgive your transgressions.