Tag: faith

The Church Is Not A Business, Jeffery Walton – @TheIRD

  In the wake of Atlanta-based pastor Louis Giglio’s decision to back out of praying during President Obama’s 2nd inaugural – due to backlash he received based upon an anti-gay sermon he preached in the 90’s – The Institute on Religion & Democracy has made sure to display it’s righteous indignation. I’m not writing to comment

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@DrJEWest Makes A Great Point, My Morning

  There really is no substitute for the community inherent in living the Christian faith. I thought this was a funny way of describing it's importance.   Great way to use your tweets, Dr. West.   His blog is also good. Maybe go check it out.  

SERMON from 9-2-12: “No Atheists in Foxholes? Check the VA Hospital.”

This is the third sermon in a series called “iGod.” However, since the death of my son, this is gonna look a little different than the others. Jeremiah 29.11-14 11 For surely I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a

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“If we continue to reject one another…”

The above pictured book is Sharing Sacred Space by Benoit Standaert.  I am reading it as part of a class on interreligious encounter.  It’s mainly about how important dialogue between different religious traditions is.  Many believe this practice is dangerous.  Put another way, Standaert says: If we continue to reject one another, we have to admit

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Your Dose of @CopelandNetwork Gobbledegook

#Faith comes by hearing and goes by saying. #Faith is released by your words. – Gloria Copeland — Kenneth Copeland (@CopelandNetwork) March 26, 2012 Alright, I have said some things in the pulpit that just don’t make sense.  However, Gloria Copeland had someone post this via Twitter.  This means someone–Gloria, her assistant, her assistant’s assistant–read

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