Month: September 2015

September 29th, 2015

Small Batch Disciple Making

When you return to the US after living overseas for three years, your expat friends warn you about how you will react the first time you enter an American supermarket. Apparently, nothing is as disorienting in your reentry to American culture as the overwhelming number of choices in a typical grocery mega-store.   While I admit, […]

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September 10th, 2015

The Pulse of Ecclesia

I often tell my nine-year-old daughter, Addy, about the night she was born. Kristyn was asleep in the hospital bed under the influence of an epidural while I sat by her side keeping friends and family up to date on our progress from my laptop. What I vividly remember was that the only sound in […]

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