Monthly Archives: November 2020

Beth Moore

From Beth Moore via Twitter. I’m thankful for pastors who are faithful. I’m thankful for the WCC fam who keep pressing in. Over the years I’ve known some Christians who needed to hear this. Perhaps you do to. “Thank the … Continue reading

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The Way Through

When a local Church becomes ‘one’ in our suffering and burden-sharing we can find our way through it together. If we lose this solidarity we are left to find the way through on our own. Seek empathy, beloved. Seek compassion. … Continue reading

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WCC’s Ongoing Election Prayer

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A Parable of American Evangelicalism

The crowd waits in anticipation. The crowd awaits their leader, the long-awaited victor. They open up the gates of their hearts to welcome their savior. They shout, “Save us! Deliver us from oppression! Save us, oh chosen one of God!” … Continue reading

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Stretched-out Love

Peter told the Christ followers living under the tyrannical reign of Nero that they were to love one another with an intense (stretched-out) love (1 Pet. 4:8). It’s when our love is stretched that our strengths and weaknesses are revealed. … Continue reading

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