Monthly Archives: April 2014

Providential Art

On Friday afternoon I made a presentation unlike any I have ever made. The theme was Missional Worship & the Arts and the idea of the presentation was to give instruction  concerning artistic possibilities and then to demonstrate some of … Continue reading

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Matthew Grand Finale – The Great Commission

Easter Sunday was two days ago and today marks the conclusion of a devotional series on Matthew that I have been posting for my devotion blog – ez710. This concluding post is centered on the Great Commission, the final scene in … Continue reading

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Simple Christian

Life in general has a tendency to become way too crowded, and so does ministry. There are so many things that need to be done in my ministry and I want to do all of those things, but I find … Continue reading

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That’s Deep!

I have recently made a shift in my daily devotional life. I have decided to spend some time – days, weeks, months, maybe years – going page by page through noted books on spiritual disciplines, recording statements that grab my … Continue reading

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Familiarity Breeds Flesh

Four of the past six days I have been attending conferences of Korean leaders. These con fences are being led by Rev. Tong Park, a long-time friend and colleague. Five years ago my wife and I accompanied Tong and his … Continue reading

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