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Before there were books and conferences galore about simple/organic church life, there was a magazine! And this morning my lovely wife, Felicity, blogs about it. You can read about it at this link. What a great opportunity this presents to all of us.
Posted on January 22, 2013 at 7:30am — 5 Comments
Recently the staff at my company enrolled me in a contest for Austin's Fittest Executive! (see profile page to help me in my quest) I guess that they all know that I love playing squash. But as I looked at the minimum requirements for being involved in this contest, I realized that I can't reach the minimum standard in most of the required exercises. I have been working on doing push up for the past few months, and I have…Continue
Posted on April 15, 2012 at 11:00am
If the "kingdoms of this world are to become the kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ" then you and I have to take the rule of Jesus out into the world around us. Isn't the present expression of the kingdom of God wherever we see the uncontested rule of Jesus through his people? For years I have been challenged by what the medical world would look like if it was being run by Jesus. A simplistic answer might be that Jesus would just heal everybody. But that has not been my experience. I…Continue
Posted on January 12, 2012 at 10:39am — 9 Comments
Years before the simplechurch.com site was ever conceived of, in those antediluvian days when House2House actually published a magazine, I wrote an article entitled, "Where In The World Is The Church." The drift of the article was that real church needs to be out in the world, in the community, where it actively, daily, naturally impacts the lives of those who do not yet know Jesus. In that article I remember saying that we probably…Continue
Posted on May 15, 2011 at 1:00pm — 3 Comments
I love a great fairy-tale. And watching parts of the Royal Wedding on Friday seemed just like the fairy-tales that I loved as a kid. Whatever I know of their lives so far, and I know very little, I can't help but love the "tale" that is told when such a high profile wedding occurs amid the pomp and ceremony that the Brits handle with such aplomb! This is a part of my British heritage which I still admire greatly.
But at its core I also fully recognize that what we have…Continue
Posted on May 1, 2011 at 11:35am — 1 Comment