Tag Archives: body of Christ

When in Atlanta, do as the Atlantans do?

Snatched far beyond the borders of what I consider the comfort zone of my life… yes, that about sums up our recent week’s travels. Questions intervene and I hear it asked, “How far are you willing to carry good news? … Continue reading

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Please Read Your Mail

Dear Friend, I have been observing you and your season of service at your church for many years and thought it important to write to you at this time. I have watched your hard work in guiding out of periods of turmoil … Continue reading

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Revisiting the Agitable From a Different Angle

I recently made an observation of a term our Bible uses to identify the Church of Jesus Christ (that article can be found here). Paul said, “Now you are the body of Christ and individually members of it (1 Corinthians … Continue reading

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When Atheists Meet Jesus

What happens when an atheist meets the authentic Jesus? No, I’m not babbling here about some sci-fi version of Christianity where an atheist has an out of body experience and meets the risen Savior on planet Xeno. I’m talking about … Continue reading

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The Shadow of a Doubt by Max Lucado

Sunday mornings. I awake early, long before the family stirs, the sunrise flickers, or the paper plops on the driveway. Let the rest of the world sleep in. I don’t. Sunday’s my big day, the day I stand before a … Continue reading

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