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Churches need social justice committees Print E-mail
By Rudy Pulido   
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
A church social justice committee can keep members informed and educated on issues confronting the community and can work with social justice committees of other congregations to have a powerful impact.
Teach your pastor to read Print E-mail
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
No, the title of this column does not imply that your pastor is illiterate. No offense intended. My challenge is that all of us pastors need to read wider — much wider than we normally do.
Lessons from a summer storm Print E-mail
By Doyle Sager   
Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Sometimes, God will allow the disruptions to remind us that we are not in charge. If things always go our way, we never learn patience. If our human-contrived security is enough, we never learn to trust God.

Take it from me. We never graduate from the school of trusting God. In fact, there is probably a class starting soon, near you!

Do you believe the Bible? Print E-mail
By Doyle Sager   
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
The old joke goes, “Baptists believe the Bible; they just don’t know what is says!” In my more mature years, I’ve stopped worrying whether or not people take the Bible literally and started asking if they take it seriously.
The commandment (most) Baptists break Print E-mail
By Doyle Sager   
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
The brilliant composer and musician Mozart once said, “I can tell a good musician by the way he plays the rests.” What an amazing insight. Mozart knew that the rests are what give the composition structure. The rests give us the space to enjoy the delightful sounds of the musical selection. Perhaps this is true for all of life. Maybe we are all known by how well we play the rests.
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