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The body of Christ grows, nose to nose!

Jesus said: “The light of the body is the eye.” So let’s turn around and Look into each other’s eyes With unveiled faces, And experience Christ, The hope of glory, Living in other believers. Oneness in Christ Is a matter … Continue reading

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Cage free eggs or a cage free life?

Some people prefer cage free eggs more than a cage free life. If you’re stumbling over the past, you’re in a cage & going backwards. Life becomes a mess when we begin to say yes to the wrong impulses. When we ignore … Continue reading

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Everyday Easter sayings

If Jesus is alive on Easter, then He’s alive every single day of the year! Experience Jesus — the Uncorpse — at #UnconferenceNashville, June 23-25. Jesus ceased being deceased! He rose to make heroes by living His life in & … Continue reading

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Why I’ve read hundreds of dead writers . . .

Reading writings by Christ-loving men & women who lived in the past has helped me to know truth, not just as doctrines, but also as fire in my bones. Those authors have been my mentors, helping me continually connect with … Continue reading

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Getting real about Oct 31!

Calling all saints, we’ve got a mission! It’s All Saint’s Eve today–the day before All Saints Day. So who’s a saint? The Catholic and Orthodox churches call people who lived extraordinarily holy and Christ-like lives “saints.” However, the Bible definition … Continue reading

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Beyond predictable religion to unpredictable, untamed ekklesia (quotes)

Church is caught in continual predictability, perpetually presenting the same basic program week after week. That’s one reasons millions of people are leaving church and calling themselves “Dones.” However, the Greek New Testament concept of ekklesia is never the same from … Continue reading

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