I’m always reading and often I’ll come across something that might be something you’re interested in. So I’ll be passing things along for you in posts of mine titled “Recent Reads”.
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Here’s my Recent Reads for July 16, 2012:
- I often tune in to the struggles of other church planters so that I don’t feel so lonely. There’s nothing like a good shot in the arm of “I’ve been there before.” Pastor Mark Driscoll has often said he’s someone who’s found the land mines by driving over them, and he’s been very helpful by pointing them out for us other guys. This is a helpful post with some good local applications for me.
- A good quote to summarize it: “The key to combating the competing things that vie for our time and attention is to see mission not as something we do, but something we are. It’s an identity thing.”
- If the Gospel has implications for all of life, then it definitely has implications for our parenting. This is something I’m growing in and wrote a bit about recently in another post.
- This is a post written by friends of mine in Bellingham. They’ve created the goplant.org residency program, which is what we’re starting here in Campbell River, this fall. This article is about the Pauline Cycle that they’ve been learning about while studying ACTS.
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