Monthly Archives: May 2015

Embracing Peter

Peter has held out his hand to God’s people a few times before just to have them push it away. At least that is what it felt like when the last two churches asked Peter and his friends to leave … Continue reading

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The Pages of Past & Present

My wife and I watched the movie Selma. It happened only fifty years ago. Fifty years. That generation still lives as grandfathers and grandmothers who raised sons and daughters who have become fathers and mothers of children today. Only humility … Continue reading

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Institutionalization or a Movement

   One thing that seems to keep a church from living on mission with God and from forming missional impulses is a lack of shared imagination. When I say “shared imagination” I mean a shared way of envisioning what life … Continue reading

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Building Hope

Originally posted on Reinventing Recruiting:
By Tim Saumier, President of TYGES International We were fortunate to have Francis Bii visit our office in Williamsburg, VA – Francis is the gentleman who is the primary point of contact in Kenya (Elderot) that…

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