Monthly Archives: December 2017

Love Your Neighbor? Really?

The premise of our new book [The Dangerous Act of Loving Your Neighbor by Mark Labberton] is that no matter who is in need, if we perceive the need and we can meet it, we should do so. We should … Continue reading

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Final Comments on a God Book…

It is hard to explain, you know those blessings that come from unusual places. After discussing ten books and posting 667 times, I have to admit that blogging on Christian literature has been a big blessing. John Bevere’s book Good … Continue reading

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Can I Really be “In Sync?”

In the previous post I joked around with the “out of sync” Judas Iscariot. For a person like that, we may want to put some distance between them and us. I was joking about Jerry Springer and the idea that … Continue reading

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In Sync / Out of Sync

When I was at choir practice last night, the man who was working to make us sound the best we can used a phrase that we often hear in everyday life. “The sound of the choir was ‘in sync’ with … Continue reading

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Discernment…

June of 2017… That’s when I began to blog on John Bevere’s book Good or God? Since I began commenting on various selections of Christian literature, I have moved through some books very quickly; the content was just not that … Continue reading

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God’s Directives…

I was hurt, in fact I was crushed. Someone I truly admired had betrayed me and I just could not believe it, but it was true. I feared my life with them would never be the same. I remember the … Continue reading

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Fear of the Lord

When I ask how she is doing, she says “just fine.” When I get her to reveal she is in pain, she says “but that is ok.” When she prays for those who need her prayers, she prays as if … Continue reading

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