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Wes Stecker
Attended Dallas Theological Seminary
Lives in Forney, Texas
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"White hot, fervent, earnest worship is born out of a clear and continual sight of who God is and what God has done for us in Christ."
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Joshua LaRock and Michael Klein are fine art painters who live in the Upper East Side of Manhattan and the Bronx respectively, working from their studio in Chelsea, New York City. Through classical techniques, these painters seek to revisit a pre-modern worldview in which the ideals of order, excellence, and beauty transcend the postmodern worldview of chaos, humanism, and the breakdown of truth, absolutes, with a critical view of beauty, culture...
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Good ways to worship in work.
A few weeks ago I posted some very practical ideas for engaging your neighborhood with the Gospel. To follow that up I have compiled 30 ideas for engaging people in your workplace. The workplace is an everyday context where many people spend the majority of their time. It is important for us to know what it looks like to bring gospel intentionality to our jobs. Hopefully this will help spark a few ideas for connecting with and blessing your cowor...
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“Everything is gestation and then bringing forth. To let each impression and each germ of feeling come to completion wholly in itself, in the dark, in the inexpressible, the unconscious, beyond the reach of one’s own intelligence, and await with deep humility and patience the birth-hour of new clarity.” - Rainer Maria Rilke
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Good read on the importance of "Ortho___".
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Been looking forward to the start of this blog.
This blog is about pursuing an “integrated gospel.” So what is the integrated gospel? The backstory goes like this: American Christianity – especially its evangelical wing – is bogged in a debate between two gospels, two versions of the “good news,” the central message of Jesus and his Apostles: The Personal Salvation Gospel vs. The Kingdom of God Gospel. The Kingdom of God Gospel emphasizes the restoration of the whole creation into a perfect wo...
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Poke on!
“The devil had, as it were, swallowed up Christ, as the whale did Jonah — but it was deadly poison to him, he gave him a mortal wound in his own bowels. He was soon sick of his morsel, and was forced to do by him as the whale did by Jonah. To this day he is heart-sick of what he then swallowed as his prey.” – Jonathan Edwards, The Excellency of Christ Sick to death, the devil is.
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Pretty genius stuff.
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Healthy review of a popular video.
Now we know that the law is good, if one uses it lawfully -- 1 Timothy 1:8 It's important not to push back on Jefferson Bethke and his video simply to be contrarian or to avoid liking something because everybody else does. The heart displayed in the video is solid, and he says a lot of right things. But he says a few wrongs one too, and while they aren't wrong enough to overreact, they are wrong enough to note with some cautions. First, I think u...
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Mary DeMuth's profile photo
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Haidyn Cornelius's profile photo
Phillip Hatfield's profile photo
Tim Cypert's profile photo
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  • University of Oklahoma
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