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Why Discipleship Matters

Today’s post from Natasha Metzler is the ending of the blog series Discipleship: Re-Imagining Our Calling From Christ. I hope this has been life giving for you. I’ll write a follow up post to the series next week. Engage with the writers and community of readers using the hashtag #DiscipleshipBlog. — She had two children by the time she […]


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Discipleship Means Growth

Today’s post from Brett McCracken is part of the blog series Discipleship: Re-Imagining Our Calling From Christ. To receive future posts from the series in your inbox head HERE. Engage with the writers and community of readers using the hashtag #DiscipleshipBlog. — In the midst of the swiftly changing politics and rhetoric of the gay rights movement, what grieves […]


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The Disappearing Presence of God

From Tyler: In honor of March Madness starting today (also known as the greatest day of the year), I’m featuring a fellow former basketball player from my high school. Today’s post is from Chad Harms who was a ferocious defensive guard at McNary High School and is a pastor near Portland, Oregon. — God’s presence […]


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What Millennials Can Learn From Prince Harry

This past week the entertainment and tabloid news industry has been abuzz about the unfortunate news of Prince Harry wearing his birthday suit while he was in Vegas. While I’ve never been one to search high and low for physical evidence of reports of nude photos of celebrities, apparently people can make a living off […]


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The Masterpiece Out of Our Mess

One of my favorite songs in high school was Frail by Jars of Clay. It’s a haunting song, but lately it’s the lyrics that have been haunting for me, not the sound. My favorite lyrics have always been the last verse which say: Exposed beyond the shadows You take the cup from me Your dirt […]


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We’re in This Together

As Christians we tend to throw stones at the people we don’t agree with. I’m fairly sure many people would say Pat Robertson is not a Christian, President Obama is a Muslim, and Mark Driscoll hates people too much to be a Christian. Here’s the reality, they’ve all professed to belief in the saving and […]


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