Monthly Archives: April 2014

4 Practical Spiritual Vulnerabilities

As I think about the seasons of intense growth and seasons of stagnation in my faith, there are recurring elements of weakness I can put my finger on. I suppose these are more like personal confessions, but I’m sure there are others who share them. The following points comprise a list of common vulnerabilities I […]

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Christian Education

Over the past two years of blogging one of the topics that I’ve written on most, and which has been best received, is Christian education. In light of that I thought it would be wise to organize all those posts. Click on the links below to read more.¬† 1.How can we contrast the emphases of […]

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Hollow Easter?

Has Easter brought about the power of Christ’s resurrection in your life? Often amidst all of the activities surrounding this glorious spiritual celebration I find myself lacking personal astonishment in light of my risen Lord. However, this may actually be the symptom of a deeper distraction. The connection between counting all things as loss, the […]

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Education Idolatry

We live in a society in which the central emphasis could be described as anything but God. Even more alarming is the thought that this same trend can be observed in Christianity itself. The reality of our cultural crisis is a fact we must come to terms with and in¬†context of the Christian School, we […]

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Christ’s Poverty (Our Wealth)

There is hope in Christ. This life is filled with difficulties and disappointments that scar us in every imaginable way. Untold stories of unbelievable pain fill the lives of humanity. Beyond our American experience there is a poverty deeper than we may be willing to acknolwedge. All those scars actually double as echoes of sin […]

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