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War Will Solve Nothing

War Will Solve Nothing

All three, Jesus, James and Paul, remind us that as followers of the Divine we are not to be drawn into the culture that speaks of war. Our call is to be “counter-cultural” and stand with peace.

 

The Driscoll Factor

The Driscoll Factor

With all that’s happening around Mark Driscoll and Mars Hill (MH), one could get lost in the idea that this whole event is an isolated …

 

The New Parable of a Party on the Beach

The New Parable of a Party on the Beach

As Jesus was sitting around with his first followers, several local Pastors and Elders came by to have a chat with him about how he …

 

Our Weird Uncle Robin

Our Weird Uncle Robin

I’m the kind of guy who could care less about a celebrity, movie stars, TV actors, sports figures and others never had an impact on …

 

The Parable of the Greedy CEO

The Parable of the Greedy CEO

Jesus had just finished talking with the crowed that had gathered and was getting ready to kick back and relax, when someone from the back …

 

The “New” Samaritan

The “New” Samaritan

A friend of mine (Sereta Richardson) said something that motivated me to rethink, and rewrite, the parable of “The Good Samaritan.” I hope you enjoy: As …

 

Why I’m Part of The Disciples of Christ

Why I’m Part of The Disciples of Christ

Unlike many people I’ve met in the Disciples of Church (DOC) family I’m Different; I’m good with that and the cool part is, so is …

 

Review of Blood Doctrine

Review of Blood Doctrine

NO SPOILER ALERT: I need to start off with an honest opening; I am not big on novels, never have been. I seldom read novels. …

 

All This Talk About Church

All This Talk About Church

Yesterday I read an article that got me thinking, and to be honest, I love what that happens. The article is by Catlin Deyerle, Millennial …

 

My View of Mark Driscoll (and all this stuff)

My View of Mark Driscoll (and all this stuff)

To start out, I think I need to be open and honest and start with a qualifier. I know Mark Driscoll, well, OK let me …