practice God's presence. forget. remember. repent. (repeat, ad infinitum)

practice God’s presence. forget. remember. repent. (repeat, ad infinitum)

In The Risk of Discipleship Practices, the second post in this blog series on the difference Between "a Good Christian ...
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The Fallacy of a "Good Christian Life"

The Fallacy of a “Good Christian Life”

A few years ago, I was writing a book. The working title was “Pragmatic Practices of an Intentional Christian.” I ...
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The lying tempter would persuade.

The lying tempter would persuade.

Maybe it's the chaos in my house. or the chaos of the last year and a half. or the abundance ...
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CS Lewis Quote

therefore I quote: overcome? or on the wrong tract?

I read, therefore I quote: “It is hard, when difficulties arise to know whether one is meant to overcome them ...
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our greatest fear

the assumption of Christ

Much too often, the people of Christian churches talk about God in such a generic way that we are left ...
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