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Archive for the ‘Incarnational Living’ Category

WHAT ARE YOU HUNGRY FOR?

March 28, 2016

This is a reposting from an early blog of mine called EASTER PEOPLE BY STEVE DUNN My teenage years were lived out in the Sixties.  It was a highly skeptical age and often quite hostile to faith.  In fact, many persons I knew in those days called themselves atheists or they bought into the philosophical […]

WEEK SIX – WALKING ON WATER

May 19, 2010

We want to take some time here and reflect on the powerful story of Jesus and Peter as Peter took a step of faith and began walking on water. Take a few moments and click onto this link – ORTBERG. Which of Ortberg’s observations about water walkers do you personally find helpful or reflective of […]

WEEK THREE-THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW

April 29, 2010

Chapter Nine-Questions for Reflection and Application Let’s do something a little different. If you have any personal reflections on chapter nine, verses 14-38, simply post them.  What I want you to do is focus on verses 35-38 and its meaning for the church. First click on the link SCRIPTURAL COMPASS and read something I have […]

One Person’s Reflection on Matthew 6

April 20, 2010

Tanmy Gitt writes a blog that I follow called living 3368. She was reading Matthew 6 recently as she prepared for a trip to Haiti.  Click on her link and see how she frames an important question and then share with us your answer. (By the way, post a comment for Tammy on her blog, […]

Early Morning Questions from Matthew

April 19, 2010

It’s early Monday morning (around 12:50) and I am inexplicably awake. I came to my computer and looked at the site, and I realized there was reflection question I wanted to pose to you. In Matthew 5:20, the Voice translates the text in this way: “And this is one reason I have come to you, […]