Tag Archives: Reconciliation

Advent Meditations: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

I love music.  And even though I’m sometimes sick of it by the end of December, I really love Christmas music – especially the old Christmas hymns. The popular music of my life changes so quickly, but Christmas hymns remain … more »

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Missio on The Tabernacle – More Important Things?

“Then Moses said to the people of Israel, ‘See, the Lord has called by name Bezalel the son of Uri, son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah; and he has filled him with the Spirit of God, with skill, with … more »

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“Bleeding Together” and the Failure of Majority Churches

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wisely observed that the most segregated parts of the American week were Sunday Mornings. Despite his exhortations to bring different races together, this is largely still true today, and the effects are tragic. more »

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Missio on the Sabbath: Eternity Every Sunday

“It was not man who implanted in himself what is infinite and the love of what is immortal: those lofty instincts are not the offspring of his capricious will; their steadfast foundation is fixed in human nature, and they exist … more »

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Missio on Generosity: Vocational Clout for the Common Good

I participated in my very first “Locked In Solidarity” (LIS) on Thursday, February 11, 2016 (see #LIS16).  LIS is a national prayer vigil for the mass incarcerated.  Nearly forty people met in a small downtown Christ Community Church (Kansas City, … more »

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An Appeal for Cultural Humility

In the wake of a Facebook post that offended many Asian American believers, Jody Wiley Fernando asks whether American majority culture evangelicals can gain not more finely tuned cultural competencies, but rather adopt a posture of cultural humility. more »

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