Archive | January, 2016

Introducing Salina Solomon…

25 January 2016

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Sometimes when stumbling around Twitter, you come across someone and despite the preponderance of political rants and celebrity gossip nonsense, you have a pleasant exchange…with a real person. You know, the way social media used to be, once upon a time. And that, my friends, is exactly what happened this weekend. I ended up following […]

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Consequences…

14 January 2016

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With the kids, I’ve always tried to talk to them in terms of consequences, rather than punishment…more so in the younger two as I’ve learned along the way. But the weird thing is seeing this play over and over in adult life…or even more so, in business. We’re currently in the midst of watching the […]

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s Legacy…

9 January 2016

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In the next post on the series from Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel we look at the legacy of Dr. King, and what is was about the man and his words that is so starkly different from other civil rights leaders then (and now)? The author makes an argument that he spoke much […]

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The Church and Social Justice…

6 January 2016

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Two quick points before I dive into the next in the posts inspired by Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel by Russell Moore: 1. In prepping for this, realized I’d written on a similar topic almost 5 years ago. This dovetails quite nicely. 2. The term ‘social justice’ is one often quietly shunned by Christians…I […]

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Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel

4 January 2016

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I’d initially received this book from B&H Publishing last year…in July. But it was unsolicited, which confused me immensely, so I didn’t immediately dig into it. But now that I have, I’m hooked on not just the book, but what the author is writing. In the coming days/weeks, I’ll highlight other thoughts from the book, combining […]

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