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True followers in every generation

Okay, it was bound to happen. We heard from somebody between boomers and millennials. Actually, two somebodies. Two Gen Xers have written me feeling left out. This is good. That means there are at least two of you out there … Continue reading

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The First Church of Boomers and Millennials

I had lunch yesterday with a pastor, an attorney who is an influential church leader, and a Christian college professor with a PhD from Oxford. They all love Jesus, but none of them are having a satisfactory church experience. The … Continue reading

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Pioneers

Pioneer, pioneer Keep pressing onward beyond your fear Only the Father goes before you To your own frontier — you’re a pioneer from the song “Pioneer” by Nancy Honeytree Here at the Catch, we are about something coming. We are … Continue reading

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Close Encounters of the Spiritual Kind

Okay, I’ve been dancing around this all my life, but I’m finally ready to come out with it. Blame it on my wife, Marti. She’s been saying something’s coming for some time now and I’ve been going, “Sure, sure.” But … Continue reading

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Prisons of our own making

Your prison is walking through this world all alone.                            – Don Henley and Glen Frey from the song: “Desperado” I guess just about anything can become a … Continue reading

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Free indeed

When referencing that Jesus had come to set the prisoners free, one of our readers commented, “He didn’t specify those wrongly imprisoned but prisoners regardless of what they are guilty of doing.” Great observation, John. We don’t see Jesus going … Continue reading

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50

Fifty years ago this month, I was beginning my final semester at Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, and getting ready to stay for two weeks after graduation to record my first album with players from the Old Town School of … Continue reading

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God’s welcome home

Sometimes you don’t know what you’re missing ’til you leave it for awhile… My good friend and mentor, Ron Ritchie, sent me a picture yesterday of the Christian rock group, Love Song, and Phil Keaggy, taken at an awards event … Continue reading

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