Monthly Archives: January 2015

Following Jesus into Places We Might Not Expect, Back to the Scriptures

We still sing “Anywhere With Jesus” in our hymnal and I’m thankful that we do. It’s a wonderful reminder of what discipleship has always supposed to have been about— following. It’s easy to forget these days, you know. In a … Continue reading

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Old Testament Parallels, 
Moses (Exodus 3,4) and Reluctant Ambassadors

The story is familiar to most people who have even a modest knowledge of the Bible: the call of Moses at the burning bush. Moses the Israelite had been raised as an adopted child of privilege in the house of … Continue reading

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