Monthly Archives: June 2012

Book Thoughts –> “Streams of Living Water” by Richard Foster

In this book, Richard Foster introduces and explains 6 “streams” of the Christian tradition: contemplative, holiness, charismatic, social justice, evangelical, and incarnational. For each, he gives a biblical example and a more contemporary example. Before reading the book, I had … Continue reading

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Book Thoughts –> “Forgotten God” by Frances Chan

I read this book as part of a bible study with my small group. The most memorable part for me was a video that was shown as part of the accompanying DVD. The video can be viewed on YouTube here: … Continue reading

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Why go to Church? (With a Little Bit of: Is a Local Church Body a Family?)

I’ve been having conversations about this with people lately and have decided to write a post about it in hopes of more input. Many of the conversations I’ve had have been with children present which makes the conversations fragmented and … Continue reading

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