Tag Archives: Bride of Christ

The Night Jesus Called His Disciples a Bunch of Women

There is a desire in each of us to live as best we can. I think it is innate, designed into us. It’s a desire that Jesus said he came to fulfill. I have come that they may have life, … Continue reading

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The Bride of Christ Isn’t Masculine Enough For Some People

[CBMW (the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood) and T4G (Together for the Gospel) are holding back-to-back conferences this month. One of the main purposes is to teach that the Bible requires men to lead and women to follow them. These … Continue reading

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Getting Kicked Out Of The Wedding

As many times as I’ve read Jesus’ parable of the wedding banquet in Matthew 22, I’ve scratched my head at the concluding scene. The opening is encouraging: the king is throwing a banquet for his son’s wedding but the important people won’t … Continue reading

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Cruise Ships and the Mansion of God

Lee Wachtstetter is a woman who knows how to live it up in style. She spends all her days on a cruise ship not as a crew member but as a paying guest, according to this article at Yahoo News. … Continue reading

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The Church Is Not The Borg Collective

[Updated from the archives. The original version ran as a guest post at Aimee Byrd’s Housewife Theologian.]  ***             Aimee  Byrd posted an article about sisters and noted: “I always say that us sisters really help prepare our brothers for marriage … Continue reading

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Mars Hill’s Non-Compete Clause Claims to Preserve Church’s “Purity”

A former pastor and elder at Mars Hill Church is reported to have been removed from his position over objections to the church’s non-compete clause in his annual performance review. The issue of whether a church should even have a … Continue reading

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Finding the Right Architect

Have you seen this San Antonio house stuck in the 1970s? The slide show here proves that some homes age well, but even so there are telltale signs that this place was a product of the 70s. The 70s were … Continue reading

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The Church is Old News

I’m reading G.K. Chesterton’s The Everlasting Man where he describes the church as “a thing … still as new as it is old.” Can you imagine something just as new now as it was when first established 2000 years ago? But … Continue reading

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The Bride of Christ is Not the Borg Collective

[This post first appeared as a guest piece at Aimee Byrd’s blog, Housewife Theologian. You have been reading her blog, right? It’s got some of the most edifying and thought-provoking articles available, and the writing is tops.]  ***             Aimee, … Continue reading

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Sunday School – got me a new set of clothes!

[Tomorrow I have a two part series on how I came to Christ. It involves American girls, English railway cars and a devilish correspondence. I hope you’ll come back to read it! In the meantime, I have a short reflection … Continue reading

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