Tag: discipleship

Finding the holy in everyday life

Finding the holy in everyday life

Read this in 1 minFinding Holy in the Suburbs IVP – October 2018 – $16.00 How can we be holy when our lives are a mess? Those who journey through life without succumbing to the vices that are so easy to cultivate, do so because they have paid at least some attention to the ways that Jesus stepped into …

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Is the Christian life a cruise or a quest?

Is the Christian life a cruise or a quest?

Read this in 3 minsHere is an excerpt from a book I’m currently writing on the spiritual disciplines in the Christian life. I’m exploring how we think of the Christian life–is it a pleasant stroll or an arduous journey? A cruise or a quest? I’d love your thoughts! Please share in the comments below. Cruise Ship Christianity          I’ve …

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Well, that was awkward

Well, that was awkward

Read this in 2 minsDiscipleship is innately awkward. It’s awkward because all of the things that matter most in the life of discipleship are things that our culture prompts us to classify as “personal and private.” Jesus stands inviting each of us into a fuller life than we can imagine–a life that is manifests the fruit of the spirit. …

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We're moving!

We're moving!

Read this in 2 minsI wanted to let you know that I have accepted a position at First Presbyterian Church of Bethlehem, PA. Effective April 1, 2014 I’ll serve as Director of Discipleship. I can’t tell you how excited both about the position and about the church. One of the passions that animates my life is developing fully devoted …

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