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Sojourn Church: All About Making Cookies

Sojourn Church: All About Making Cookies | missionalchallenge.com

I think Jesus was more interested in making cookies than creating cookie jars. It seems like many churches in America today, and in other parts of the world, seem to be obsessed with cookie jars. Even though Jesus didn’t have much to say about cookie jars, most pastors want one that’s full of cookies.

Free on Kindle: Flesh by Hugh Halter

Hugh writes in the introduction: Here’s the deal. People are not looking for doctrine. They’re looking for a God with skin on, a God they can know, speak with, learn from, struggle with, be honest with, get straight answers from, and connect their lives to.

How Far Will You Go to Break a Habit?

Today I watched this video and it totally captivated me.
First – I loved the simplicity of the solution that it presents.
Second – I am often tempted myself when faced with this problem

Pray for Los Angeles

Watch City Lights as you pray!
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I was born in north LA county. I grew up loving Los Angeles.

Grateful for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This past summer my wife and I had the opportunity to be in Washington, DC for the weekend remembrance of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963 – fifty years ago.

So God Made a Farmer

So God Made a Farmer | missionalchallenge.com

Whether in the physical world of farming, or in the spiritual dimension of harvesting — it is the Lord of the Harvest who causes the growth.

The Storytellers of Odisha

My friend and colleague, Bob Rasmussen, posted a link to this Man of Peace video on the One Challenge USA webpage on Facebook.

How Church Members Are Like Airline Passengers

How Church Members Are Like Airline Passengers | missionalchallenge.com

Today I returned from a trip to Charlotte. While I flew across the country I reflected on some similarities between church members and airline passengers.

Visiting the Dentist

Visiting the Dentist | missionalchallenge.com

I’ve share a couple of posts recently about flossing your teeth and making disciples. If you haven’t seen either of them yet, I’d encourage you to read and reflect…