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Posted by Colby Kinser on

You have the job of a translator.

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Tags: discipleship, interpret, servant, translate, witness, world

Cooking Without Ingredients

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Posted by Colby Kinser on

Back in the olden days ... perhaps 15 or 20 years ago ... way, way back ... people used to make cakes out of things called ingredients. Ingredients could include ancient artifacts such as flour, butter, eggs, salt, baking power, vanilla, and other ...

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Tags: cake, discipline, disciplines, growth, spiritual

Honi is a Bunch of Hooey

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Posted by Colby Kinser on

Mark Batterson, pastor of National Community Church in D.C., is selling thousands of books and products related to his 2011 book The Circle Maker. It's based on an event in the life of a 1st C BC character named Honi Ha-Ma’agel, who might not even have actually existed. The products are ...

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Tags: batterson, circle, prayer

Avoid the Snare

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Posted by Colby Kinser on

"Oh, you're a Christian? So, what do you think about the gay issue?" Have you heard this question? The moment someone finds out you're a Christian or a church-goer or a Bible reader, some form this question is often not far behind. It's the current litmus test. But what are they asking? Do ...

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Tags: apologetics, witness

PREGA

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We have studied the BLESS rhythms as a way to love our neighbors as ourselves, to bless them in the name of Christ without putting any conditions or expectations on them. To review: Begin with prayer (don't do anything before this)Listen (to the Spirit and to their stories)Eat (share a meal, hang ...

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Tags: bless, discipleship, prega

Taming the Selfish Jerk

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Recently, I had an evening ahead of me that I was not looking forward to. I'll save the details, but I was facing back-to-back events that I knew would not be enjoyable. In fact, they would be very taxing to me because of my particular personality. Others could well have enjoyed themselves, but ...

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Tags: discipleship, selfish, selfless