What Kind of God?

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What Kind of God?

How does a missional mindset or perspective impact the way we read Scripture?

How does the Bible speak to and through a missional disciple?

And seriously, what kind of God is God?

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Welcome to the Table

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Welcome to the Table

I am not a table setter. I want to be. I really like having a place set for me. I like the sense of sitting down with everything I might need within reach. I like the sense that there was one who went before me, anticipating those needs. I like the sense that I might meet the needs of those at my table. Read More

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Unexpected. Interrupted.

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Unexpected. Interrupted.

It’s 12:00pm:

I’m finally sitting down to return overdue emails, write a nearly overdue article, and slog through a grant outline. Maybe I’ll have time to get part of one of these tasks done in the hour I don’t have anything planned today and can simultaneously inhale a sandwich. Read More

 

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Table Fellowship

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Table Fellowship

When I think of the things that consistently draw me into relationship with Jesus, and those things that have been anchor points for that relationship throughout my life, the notion of table fellowship is beyond doubt the most consistent theme throughout my life. Read More

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Helpless to Help

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Helpless to Help

I also took the time to share the MWF vision to construct a switchback herb garden that will be wheelchair accessible and allow people of all abilities to garden as they used the path to enter the basement below. Read More

 

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Mercy

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Mercy

The lamp smoke smudged the walls. Jesus was standing in the corner, his forehead on the wall, peering out the window from the corner of his eye. Read More

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The Good Neighboring Experiment

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The Good Neighboring Experiment

Think of your neighborhood. Maybe it's a city block, an apartment building, or a retirement community.  Maybe you live in the country and your neighbors are far, or maybe you live in a cul-de-sac and they are close by. No matter where you live, you are somebody’s neighbor and somebody is your neighbor. Read More

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Waiting

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Waiting

Waiting can shape, sharpen, and make us more sensitive to that which sustains us. Read More

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Paloma House

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Paloma House

We invite you to read all about the Paloma House, as “AJ” shares about life there in her blog: https://ajourney82.wordpress.com/2018/02/12/the-p-house/

 

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Quietness

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Quietness

There are many kinds of silence.

 

Companionable, awkward, and that of the grave.

 

There are many kinds of hushed.

 

Snowfall, waiting, and that of the whisper.

 

There are many kinds of quiet.

 

Tiptoe, longing, and that of the heart that knows that it is beloved.

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The 3:15 Project

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The 3:15 Project

I figure if we can demonstrate what it looks like to help someone be willing, able, and ready to discover and share their story with their whole heart, and serve that person by connecting them with someone that is willing, able, and ready to harvest their story on video with their whole heart, the mission is being accomplished.

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Rest

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Rest

What is it about humankind that makes it hard to rest?

What is it about us that makes us turn up the lights, press “Next Episode,” or chatter away on the phone given the space of one commute?

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