• Matt. 19:21-22

    21 Jesus told him, “If you want to be perfect, go and sell all your possessions and give the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.” 22 But when the young man heard this, he went away sad, for he had many possessions.
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I’ve sat through many services and prayers pleading for an awakening of the Church. I think it’s happening. Just not in the way many people are expecting. If your expecting a sudden surge in attendance and nursery workers (easy to see and record church growth), you may be disappointed…BUT… if you looking for a return to the heart of Jesus (not as easy to see or record Church growth), there’s an increasingly stiff breeze a blowin’.

Red-Letter Christian

I recently learned that this is the sub category of evangelical that best describes me. I’ve been defined…time to change. Why do I feel the need to defy definition?

The Incedibles

I watched the whole thing – BY MYSELF, NO KIDS – a few nights ago. Why? I see a lot of myself in Bob…minus the super human strength, of course!


I gave in. After 2yrs, I’ve gone back to the family business. I’m slightly disgusted that it takes 3 jobs (2 full time, 1 part time) to support our lifestyle….just not enough to change it. Can you say, “possession slave”? I knew you could.

Got to admit, though, it’s been nice to be able to carry a little cash and occasionally pick up the lunch tab. 2 wks and the difference is amazing. On the plus side, We plan on doing more at Kiva and sponsoring a child through AMG International or Compassion International or both.


It’s occupying a lot of my thought, lately. Actually has been since June 2007!


The way I read it, the Christian community describe in the Bible, the one I desire to be a part of, sound just like socialism. I have absolutely no desire to live in a socialist country. Does that make me a hypocrite? Can you have one without the other?

So, what’s on your mind?


One Response

  1. Go with Compassion International. Peace out

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