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Rob Wilkerson
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doing business with a mission
doing business with a mission

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Life is so brief.   And it never appears more so than when you cross this strange threshold of being middle-aged.  Reflecting on the first half of life a variety of things flutter around in my head.  Does what I'm about to say sound familiar to anyone else?...

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Done, But Stuck...So Now What? Introduction
Introduction My Dad and I share an interesting story together.  We referred to it as "the ministry."  Many will recognize that phrase and know it by a man in the pulpit.  We were generally dressed in a suit (though my generation was a bit more relaxed in th...

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Missional Man Podcast: Done With "Church", but NOT With Jesus
Jonathan Chambers and I have had a significant friendship for almost ten years.  We planted a church together...and closed it together.  He's led me in worship too many times to count.  I've watched his kids grow up, he's watched mine get old.  And our wive...

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Happy birthday to my boy!
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Idea Infatuation, Truth Versions, and the Preeminence of Jesus Christ
Most Christians, including me, seem to get tripped by something that creates a downfall toward disunity and spiritual emptiness.  I've recently been reading a history of the Azusa Street Revival around the turn of the 20th century.  What's become evident is...

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Portland, October 27, 2014
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The Gordian Knot of the Institutional Church
Today I caught up with Steve Bremner's podcast with Dan Dailey .  Steve contacted me about it a day or two ago, since he knew Dan and I were acquainted.  Both Dan and Steve are actually Facebook friends with whom I've had some significant conversation over ...

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Why We Crave Religious Systems...and Why I'm Not Leading Churches for a While Longer
I've had a love/hate relationship with "Christianity" for many years. Since 11 years old, as a matter of fact. Here's the part I've loved: the Jesus I see in Scripture. Here's the part I've hated: conformity to a system or structure that I could not see in ...

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God often brings along the right friends at just the right time in life.  For me, Vince Coakley has been one of those friends for over ten years now.  We met, as I recall, around 2004, through blogging and our mutual involvement in Sovereign Grace Ministrie...

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My Interview with Josh Packard

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