"It seems to me that the screens and lights experience is in many ways simply a substitute for that which people truly desire, the experience of life together. I have no problem with the large production side of things (I do sometimes have…"
"Thank you, Dr. Van Rheenen. We've actually met before; I've sat in on a class or two of your somewhere along the way. I think you were teaching alongside Earl Lavender in one of them (I graduated from Lipscomb.) We've actually got…"
"i'm working in tanzania, doing both development work (myself primarily agriculture) and church planting. however, we're really just now getting started. my first studies (of the 3-column) sort with locals in my new hometown are starting…"
"Hi James. Welcome to the Missional Outreach Network! How goes the spread of the gospel in Tanzania?
Do you have a digital picture of yourself to upload? We really encourage this as it helps build a sense of community.
So glad that you joined!"
"james, what we would normally do with narratives is focus on what we learn about God from the passage, and then on how we might respond. there do seem to be less "i will" statements of obedience from narratives, but there is still a lot…"
"Hi JR! Thank you so much for getting back to me. That is pretty cool that the bus drops people off at your front door! That will help finding you guys.
- It is about an 8 hour train from Peterhead to Aberdeen, then the bus ride. I will try to get…"
Attendance at a recent Missions Resource Network benefit dinner, sparked thoughts of the religious divisions and lack of coorperation that long characterised congregtions of the churches of Christ. I was born and raised in the 40's, 50's, and 60's--more than 50 years distance from our present culture. During those times, many good practices were prevalent, chief among them a study and knowledge of scripture. Alas, knowledge does not in itself mean understanding and practice.Congregational…See More