Tag Archives: followers of Christ

Following Jesus 101

Love your enemies Pray for those who persecute you If someone forces you to go one mile, go two If someone takes your shirt, give him your coat, too If someone slaps you on the right cheek, offer the other … Continue reading

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Us on parade!

Everybody loves a parade. Part of our Fourth of July celebration yesterday included attending a local, small town Fourth of July parade. The star of this show, especially for us, was a young girl playing in a beginning youth orchestra … Continue reading

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What Jesus wants from us

It’s been truly telling to watch this discussion develop over what makes a vital Christian today. Going back to the first century is one way to think about a Christianity that had no reputation to follow — no preconceived notions … Continue reading

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The adventure of following Christ

There is no such thing as pragmatic Christianity. Christianity is true because it’s true, not because it works.

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Jesus’ way

Love your enemies Pray for those who persecute you If someone forces you to go one mile, go two If someone takes your shirt, give him your coat, too If someone slaps you on the right cheek, offer the other … Continue reading

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Palm fans

We were out of town for Palm Sunday yesterday and attended church in a nice, Bible-believing body of Christ in a beachside community. People were friendly, the worship music was heartfelt and the sermon was entertaining and thought-provoking. The bottom … Continue reading

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