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The Truth: How to Find It and Why It’s Awesome

November 11, 2011


It’s time to get metaphysical. If you read my blog, you know I like Watchman Nee. An amazing student of the Word. A man who had a deep, intimate relationship with God. A man who also, on May 30, 1972, died in a Communist prison camp for his faith in Christ. A small scrap of […]

30 Things Every Christian Should Remember

October 27, 2011


To remember,   to bring to mind,   to consider… Why Our Memory is So Important The journey of our Christian life is the transformation of our soul. On either side of this transformation, there are two bookends. First, we recieve Christ. This is the beginning, the salvation of our spirit. At the end of our Christian life is our […]

What You Should Know About “The Shack”

February 15, 2011


What you should know: It was #1 on the NY Times paperback best seller list for more than 70 weeks. With over ten million copies in print, you probably know someone that has read it. If you haven’t read it, you should know what its about. If you have and you like it, why can’t […]

Watchman Nee answers “What is resurrection?”

November 25, 2010


Here are some statements by Watchman Nee about resurrection. My mother-in-law (“Momila” for short) sent these to me, and I have been going back to them all week for nourishment. These are from his book Authority and Submission, Chapter 15, The Basis of God’s Deputy Authority – Resurrection What is resurrection? 1.  “Resurrection is everything that […]