Monthly Archives: September 2020

[RadCast] Breathing Life/Christ :::

I’ve spent all week trying this out as a way to somehow remember that “to live is Christ.” My hunch is that we’ll spend the rest of eternity understanding what that actually means (Philippians 1:21).

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[RadCast] To Live (for others) is Christ:::

As it turns out, since life=Christ, life = serving others… even existing for others, just like Jesus. The old saying is true: it’s not about me. Philippians 1:21-24

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[RadCast] What Does “To Live is Christ” Mean? :::

Sometimes we use phrases without catching the weight of their meaning, and “to live is Christ” is one of ’em. I pose three questions that help us get a little deeper on this profound mystery — not that I follow … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Baptism, Pt 2 – New Identity :::

They asked Peter “what do we do?” and he simply said “repent and be baptized.” Baptism is the sign/symbol that reminds us that we have died to our old nature and have put on the new. Our identity, our associations, … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Baptism, Part 1: Renouncing Evil :::

Water baptism is not an act of self-actualization. The ancient church viewed baptism as a public confession of both our associations and our severed ties. We’re saying our “yes” to Jesus and, thus, our “no” to Satan and the forces … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Boomerang Light :::

Psalmy asks God for His light and for His faithful care. Like a flashlight? Like a gift basket? No – it’s more than that. His light doesn’t stop, it goes somewhere. Have you ever thought about this? It’s a new … Continue reading

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