Category Archives: personal growth

Lent: Some Notes on Fasting

I preached a sermon (tried to, at least) on Fasting yesterday at pfmchurch.  Using Scot McKnight’s excellent book Fasting as a guide, I pointed out four kinds of fasting: Water Fast: That’s where you drink water but eat no food. Juice Fast: That’s … Continue reading

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He who blogged too soon

…is me.  I am the one who blogged too soon. I wrote a post late last weekend about how I didn’t feel well but got better, acknowledged my humanity with a lost day of work and then raised an e-glass to cheer … Continue reading

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Behold: The Power of Forgetting the Past

Paul wanted to forget about what he did because what he did was really bad.  He watched as a crowd led by religious leaders murdered Stephen, a follower of the Way who was so full of the Holy Spirit that his last … Continue reading

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