Tag Archives: Body of Christ

A Plea To The Gospel Coalition: living up to your name

Coalitions are best able to pursue their goal when widely based. When a group chooses to use the word coalition in its title, it conveys the sense that the group is choosing to join with a broad spectrum of other … Continue reading

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The Salem Witches Belong To All Of Us

[Dana Tuttle has a habit of writing about historical women who’ve been killed for their faith. Get beheaded and Dana might write about you too. Here she’s deviated slightly from her usual fare by adding the fates of some men to … Continue reading

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When Motorcycle Mechanics Pose Like Motorcycle Models, The Body Of Christ Is Blessed

[I have a guest post at The Junia Project today. I’ve included the opening here, and hope you’ll click on over to their site to read the rest.] My long-time friend Karen Dabaghian linked to this Huffington Post slide show … Continue reading

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50 Years After MLK’s March On Washington: The Color Of Your Skin Matters To God

Today marks 50 years from the March on Washington where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his speech with the famous repeating line “I Have a Dream.” I was only three years old in 1963, so a personal memory is … Continue reading

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