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Masks, Costumes and Character

I’ve been revisiting C.S. Lewis’s Screwtape Letters, that Christian classic written from the perspective of one of Satan’s minions (not the cute kind!), and came across this line, “All mortals tend to turn into the thing they are pretending to … Continue reading

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Is Your Ministry Self-conscious?

It has been a few decades since I suffered through those appallingly self-conscious teenage years, but I remember them well; the days when seeing a zit in the middle of my forehead could ruin an entire day, when I was … Continue reading

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I lift up my eyes to the hills…

Next weekend I have the privilege of speaking to the amazing American Baptist Women of Montana at their annual retreat. I look forward eagerly to the beautiful vistas and clean, fresh air at Templed Hills Camp and to spending time … Continue reading

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Our Family Tree

I was a bit under the weather earlier this weekend and spent most of Sunday sipping hot tea in front of the TV. Weekend  television, I found, is jamb-packed with commercials. And the same ones tend to reappear with annoying … Continue reading

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Women’s Ministry Recruitment Ideas

Most church-based women’s ministry groups ask the same question: How can we attract younger women? The lack of younger women in these groups is seen as a harbinger of doom for the organization, the main problem to resolve if the … Continue reading

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