Monthly Archives: July 2012

When Life Doesn’t Make Sense: The King’s Attitude

When life doesn’t make sense, how are we to connect with a God who appears disconnected and unconcerned with our present circumstances? David was a man who knew all too well the harsh reality of pain and hardship. In fact, … Continue reading

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When Life Doesn’t Make Sense: The Exodus Attitude

When life throws us an unexpected surprise that turns our world upside down, it is human nature to regain our bearings by reclaiming some sense of control over our circumstances. What, or who, we turn to in that moment of … Continue reading

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How to Change the World, 3/4

In a previous post, I asked the question, “Precisely how do we define culture?” This question is important for Scripture gives the Church a clear cultural mandate to bring all of creation under the rule and dominion of God. Obviously … Continue reading

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How to Change the World, 2/4

For Christian leaders, I submit there are fewer questions more worthy of thoughtful consideration than how the church goes about fulfilling its cultural mandate. It is not that the question is new because nearly all denominations and para-church organizations share … Continue reading

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