Tag Archives: Doug Bursch

A different thing than asking God to fix your kids

[Today’s guest post on honest parenting experiences is from Dan Behrens, a pastor in Auburn, Washington. Dan nails it.] Discussion on “parenting advice” and “spanking” is complex and can be tough to navigate. I am certainly no expert, but as … Continue reading

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Everyone on the Internet is Real – mistakes, forgiveness and the ministry of encouragement

Welcome to part two of a conversation between Doug Bursch and me on our philosophies of social media and how to have a ministry of encouragement on line. On Monday I hosted the first part where we answered two questions: … Continue reading

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Everyone on the Internet is Real – how to develop a philosophy of social media

One of the best things about the month of March was my phone call with Doug Bursch, who blogs at Fairly Spiritual. He’s a pastor and former radio talk show host with a heart for people whether on line or … Continue reading

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Spring Now and Spring Eternal

He who was seated on the throne said, “I am making everything new!” (Revelation 21:5.) Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here! (2 Corinthians 5:17.) ***

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The Worthiness of Tears

This worthy toil and the noble work is the same Jesus announced as his own: He stood up to read, and the scroll of the prophet Isaiah was handed to him. Unrolling it, he found the place where it is … Continue reading

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Why You Can’t Avoid Being In Church

Doug Bursch tweeted this thought on church: You can only complain about the church for so long, then you gotta start also being it. — Doug Bursch (@fairlyspiritual) January 30, 2016 In reading it I found myself thinking that we … Continue reading

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Getting In Trouble On Twitter

Anyone with a Twitter account knows that rashly responding to a Tweet without thinking it through is a recipe for trouble. I cooked up some trouble on Tuesday. Here’s the tweet from talk show host Doug Bursch: I've got some free … Continue reading

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