Christ has Died, Christ has Risen, Christ will Come Again

One of the tendencies Christians have when considering the ascension is we minimize its significance by thinking of it as a miracle, or another great feat of Jesus. However, when we consider the importance of the ascension of Jesus, we find that it is a significant event in itself. The confession, “Christ has died, Christ … Continue reading Christ has Died, Christ has Risen, Christ will Come Again

When Ministers are Like Politicians

This last week former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. was sentenced to 30 months in prison for living the high life with the campaign funds he had been given. I read this story and it intrigued me. How did a person enter a position to serve the community of citizens only to live a life of … Continue reading When Ministers are Like Politicians

No One Puts Jesus In the Corner…well Kaleo Church did

Sometimes the problem with being missional is the church focusses on their neighbor and forgets about Jesus. This idea of being “missional” is popular with the new churches that are coming out, especially those affiliated with the Acts 29 Network. This Christmas weekend take note of the announcement of one of the local “Kaleo” (Greek … Continue reading No One Puts Jesus In the Corner…well Kaleo Church did

New Archbishop of Canterbury

New archbishop of Canterbury is former oil exec who faces global challenges The Anglican Church is always an interesting church to dialog with. Now they will have a new archbishop come March 2013 when Rowan Williams steps down. The short on the new archbishop is below. 1) yes on the ordination of women bishops 2) … Continue reading New Archbishop of Canterbury