Monthly Archives: June 2013

100% Jesus – 8

100% Kingdom Our generation has re-acquainted itself with kingdom thinking.  Not that the idea ever vanished from the church’s consciousness, but a profound shift has taken place, as well as a greater focus on the meaning of kingdom.  Simply put, … Continue reading

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100% Jesus – 7

You may already possess a similar appreciation for this important section of scripture.  In proverbial eloquence, Jesus uses these few short statements to challenge our perception of reality as it relates to heaven and earth, and to cause us to … Continue reading

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100% Jesus – 6

The Beatitudes are familiar to believers and non-believers alike, and phrases such as “the meek will inherit the earth” have made their way into popular culture.  My deeper appreciation for them was developed many years ago when I purchased a used edition of Dr. Martin … Continue reading

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100% Jesus – 5

The scriptures tell us everything we need to know about Jesus from an academic perspective, and He is revealed to us on a deeper level when we accept Him as Lord and Savior and receive His Spirit.  The gospels show … Continue reading

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100% Jesus – 4

It is natural for us to follow the path of spiritual industrialization.  We only have so much time and energy, so we want to be a part of a church with a clear vision, innovation, recognizable brand, and a defined path.  … Continue reading

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100% Jesus – 3

We will bring greater clarity to these concerns later, but it is important that you know it is not my intent to critique the modern church.  Technically speaking, there is no difference between the church today and the church of New Testament.  It … Continue reading

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100% Jesus – 2

Of course, the idea of organic is much broader than food production.  It includes environmentally friendly practices in lawn care, building supplies, and the more scientific designations of materials that decay over time and those that don’t.  There is even … Continue reading

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