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Simple words: Jesus Loves You

During Halloween, my church is passing out Gospel tracks. The Kids Pastor prepared 5,000 tracks in the form of bookmarks. The idea is for the kids to pass them out as they go trick or treat and pass them to the kids when they come ringing the door bell. …In my city, there is a […]

Email Conversation…Christless Christianity

I come across a blog post today no Challies.com => http://www.challies.com/archives/book-reviews/christless-christianity.php it is a review on the book, Christless Christianity. I read the post and it made me feel sad. “My concern is that we are getting dangerously close to the place in everyday American church life where the Bible is mined for ‘relevant’ quotes […]

Something ain’t right…

It seems to be more than appropriate that I am feeling like this particularly at the end of my season. Tonight, I shared with a brother, something ain’t right. I was sharing how looking back the past two years…as a Christian, there is a whole lot I am missing. I was thinking what I have […]

Things to grip with….

Taken from Challies.com on the post, The Badder The Bad. “The critical question for our generation—and for every generation—is this: If you could have heaven, with no sickness, and with all the friends you ever had on earth, and all the food you ever liked, and all the leisure activities you ever enjoyed, and all […]

Doing God’s Business – Seeking God in our workplace

I attended Project Contempo earlier the year and Paul Stevens was the guest speaker. He wrote a book on Doing God’s Business. I found this book particular fascinating as I often wonder the meaning of the job. It seems that the main belief is that the career has little relevance with our spiritual life. It […]

Beatitudes (Part 2): Which virtues?

The first Beatitude Matthew 5:3 says, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.“ The focus of the one who is poor in spirit (economically and spiritually poor) is not on his or her own humility and virtue, but on God’s grace and compassion…. But for those who are really […]

The Beatitudes: Idealistic vs Grace-Based Porphetic Interpretation

Taken this straight from the book, Following Jesus in Contemporary Context: Kingdom Ethics by Glen H. Stassen & David P. Gushee: Many have interpreted the Beatitudes idealistically, saying they are high ideals that Jesus is urging us to live up to: if only we would mourn, be pure in heart, be peacemakers and so on, […]

Toronto Marathon 08 Race Report Leading up to the race The days leading up to the race, I gone through many emotions. And I must admit, I am not very confidence. I only did one 20 miler long run. Michael mentioned that the more 3 hr run I do, the less suffering on race day. […]

Between being and doing

Perhaps the quickest method for achieving any goal is to “be” that goal. This means that you should aim to replicate as many things as possible that are consistent with your goals. For example, if your goal is to be the very best, then you could do the following: Eat like a champion…train like a […]

Post Marathon Analyst (by the numbers) I have some images and will write up this marathon shortly. As any one who finishes a race, we are obsess with the numbers and the breakdown. Of course, me too. Here’s my overall stats: Chip time: 3:39:25.0Pace: 5:14 min/kCategory place: 42/115 – woohoo, no longer in the 50 […]