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Monthly Archives: March 2008
Grace under fire By the time the call for boycotting the Mainstream media especially papers like the Star started, I had already given up on the paper anyway. Okay, maybe if I needed to check on some sales I’ll have … Continue reading
* * * During my last visit in Germany for a Preaching Teaching Tour through the churches and schools, one of the most memorable churches I remember was Christ Church on Martin Luther Street in Lauf. Apart from the wonder … Continue reading
THE MOST AUDACIOUS enlivening, freeing, joy-creating, humbling, life-transforming reality of the Christian faith is not that God will be with us, but that God is here, right now. God is here in the midst of suffering, in the midst of … Continue reading
I don’t know why, but searching for some old songs I liked as a youth like this one by Glad has been more than nostalgic … it’s been nourishing again too 🙂
I thought the Dumpling noodle would be a fitting supper meal. But then to my surprise it was mediocre. But thanks to the friendly uncle who gave me a treat 🙂 The Ice Lemon tea was acceptable. Questions are always … Continue reading
A friend of mine reminded me of the complexity of the context in the USA. That is a good note to watch especially in the light of any controversies.There is always more than meets the eye, and more than the … Continue reading
Original Brian McLaren song … with him singing in his original voice! 🙂 Thanks Brian …
Twila Paris … wow … the voice, the songs, the style, .. brings back a lot of memories. I still connect with these lyrics … perhaps a little bit differently than before … but I still connect.
Brian McLaren Responds to Everything Must Change Concerns As a pastor, I say Amen to Brian here … I was deeply impacted a few years ago by Alan Roxburgh at one of our events (you may have been there?) when … Continue reading