Monthly Archives: April 2012

Hey Baby Boomers, where’d you go?

George Barna recently did what George Barna does, and conducted a study of religious change across the generations in America.  Analyzing the Busters (1965-1983), the Boomers (1946-1964) and the Elders (1927-1945).  There was of course a lot of data in … Continue reading

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Were not our hearts burning within us?

It’s early Sunday morning, and two followers of Jesus of Nazareth are walking down the familiar road to Emmaus.  They were discussing “everything that had happened,” undoubtedly involving the tragic death of the man they had placed their hope and … Continue reading

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Not of this world.

One of Jesus’ most telling moments has to be in John 18, verse 36.  He’s standing before Pilate who literally holds Jesus’ life in his hands, and Jesus has the audacity to say, “My kingdom is not of this world. … Continue reading

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