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When Upon Life’s Billows

Storms have been in the news a great deal in recent weeks. Thankfully here, we have just had to deal with unrelenting rains for several days. But only a few miles away, it was not long ago that a dangerous tornado ripped through parts of Greater Houston. And this past week, a bit further away but still close to home, much of the state experienced ice that caused tremendous damage. These storms got me thinking about a familiar story in…

Questions and Answers

As most of you know, we had the first meeting of our new small groups last. Nearly every person who signed up to participate was present, and the few exceptions all had good reasons for their absence like illness or travel—no one just flaked on us, in other words. And since then, in face-to-face conversations, in text messages, in secondhand word-of-mouth reports from others, I have heard nothing but positive feedback from all quarters. I do not like to talk…

Is “Your Church” a “Red Door” Church?

This is an article I ran across this week by Ken Weliever, a gospel preacher for more than a half century. He evidently published it back in May, but reprinted it this week because it was his 2nd most read post of the year. It touches on many of the themes we have been talking about over the last couple of weeks and especially relates to our lesson this morning. What’s more, the elders had asked what we are going…

What is Cultural Christianity and What are the Dangers?

This is an article from Wes McAdams’ “Radically Christian” a few weeks ago. I thought it was relevant for us on a number of different levels, as we deeply consider what it means to be a disciple (and how that might mean rethinking some of our practices). It is slightly altered in format for our space. -BP A cultural Christian is someone who identifies as a Christian, but whose religious ideas and practices come more from popular culture than from…