Monthly Archives: March 2012

Hope for a light in the wilderness . . .

Following is a summary report of a conference that was held in Dallas, TX toward the end of February, 2012.  In this post I offer it as beacon of light and hope and will comment further during my coming posts. … Continue reading

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Cherry picking the apple tree . . .

At a recent meeting I was privileged to re-acquaint myself with a wonderful DVD that I had not seen for some twenty years – a presentation by Dr. Jack Rogers – Essential Tenets of the Reformed Faith and Presbyterian Creeds: a … Continue reading

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Enough for everyone with no reserved seating . . .

Yesterday I completed my reading of The Underground Church by Robin Meyers* – a wonderfully exquisite and compelling book that EVERYONE should have the privilege of reading in the coming days and weeks. Toward the end of the book Robin … Continue reading

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Words of gratitude . . .

Yesterday I received the current issue of Insights: The Faculty Journal of Austin Seminary in the mail.  Today I was blessed to have some quality time to begin reading this marvelous publication.  The focus of this issue is The Church … Continue reading

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A matter of interpretation . . .

Statistics provide a valuable tool for analysis.  They offer an objective snapshot of a particular time and place and, over a period of time, a means of comparison to reveal trends and patterns.  However, just like isolated verses from the Bible,they can … Continue reading

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Love one another as we have been loved . . .

Several times since I started blogging I had something that I knew needed to be said at that particular time but had a difficult time finding words that would appropriately express my thoughts.  On several of those occasions within the … Continue reading

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Who are we . . .

Early in The Underground Church* Robin Meyers writes the following: Forgive me for “talking this talk,” but if one intends to communicate, one must begin where the listeners live and then create a new hearing.  For our purposes, a religious … Continue reading

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