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Acts, Chapter 2017

Here’s how I’d like you to think of the Book of Acts: as if it were written yesterday, and by that I mean yesterday, October 22, 2017. Read it not only as if it were written yesterday, but as if … Continue reading

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A deep sense of awe came over them all

A deep sense of awe came over them all, and the apostles performed many miraculous signs and wonders. Acts 2:43 Since we are in the beginning stages of our online church on Facebook live, Sunday nights at 6pm PDT, we … Continue reading

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What does a fog machine have to do with church?

I heard a telling statistic last night on our BlogTalkRadio show — a fascinating discussion, by the way, about the value of connecting with the writings and the liturgy of the first century Christians who are our brothers and sisters. … Continue reading

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The cool cathedral

My first album was released in 1969 and it was called “The Cold Cathedral” after the first song by that title about a young man who wanders into a church and cries out, to no avail, for someone to hear … Continue reading

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Faith of our Fathers

I wasn’t born yesterday, and that’s something you can say about both me and my faith. After almost four decades of exhausting ourselves chasing relevance, it may be high time to look back. Back past the Jesus Movement; past three … Continue reading

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One way to heaven

I haven’t been this excited since Eldridge Cleaver and Hal Lindsey spoke at Body Life service, Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, California. Today, and through to the end of the week, we are going to be putting the Catch … Continue reading

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