Monthly Archives: October 2012

Books on the Reformation

On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Luther’s action on this day is known to be the spark that started the Reformation. Here are some suggested books on … Continue reading

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Meals with a Mission

In his book A Meal with Jesus, Tim Chester has a chapter entitled “Meals as Enacted Mission”. Expounding on the action of Christ (Luke 14:1-24), Chester makes the point that a meal is a great context for sharing the Gospel. … Continue reading

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The Deeper Issue

The sermon text this morning was Mark 2:1-12. The paralytic was brought to Jesus by his four friends in order to be healed. When Jesus saw the man He said; “Son, your sins are forgiven.” My intention is not to … Continue reading

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Contentment

During the course of several conversations I’ve been involved in recently I have been reminded of the importance of contentment. As a side note, in these conversations I was being discipled by my conversation partners and they didn’t even know … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary Redeemer Family

This week marks the One Year Anniversary of Redeemer Fellowship Church. On October 2, 2011 many of us met together in the Chapel on the property of Eagle Ranch and covenanted together as a body of believers. Since then others … Continue reading

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