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Brendt suggests an alternative to “friends of emergent” or “friends of discernment.” 🙂

I loved this. Earlier I posted on the terms emergent and emerging. Someone else brought in the missional moniker. I’m not abandoning that discussion but sometimes it does feel like “I am of Paul; I am of Jesus, etc”

ht: adam omelianchuk

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friend of people

Brendt suggests an alternative to “friends of emergent” or “friends of discernment.” 🙂

I loved this. Earlier I posted on the terms emergent and emerging. Someone else brought in the missional moniker. I’m not abandoning that discussion but sometimes it does feel like “I am of Paul; I am of Jesus, etc”

ht: adam omelianchuk

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As I returned home from Turkey last night I became more convinced then ever that the most effective Christian bloggers are those who are engaged in much more than reading, reviewing, and commenting on books and other blogs or just posting their ideas and theologies over and over again, rather, they are those who are first and foremost active in the daily labor of ministry and mission from which they gain an experiential Kingdom perspective for blogging.

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on transpropositionality

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As I returned home from Turkey last night I became more convinced then ever that the most effective Christian bloggers are those who are engaged in much more than reading, reviewing, and commenting on books and other blogs or just posting their ideas and theologies over and over again, rather, they are those who are first and foremost active in the daily labor of ministry and mission from which they gain an experiential Kingdom perspective for blogging.

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on transpropositionality

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a beautiful reunion

“Hilda Shlick thought she lost nearly all her family in the Holocaust — until her Internet-savvy grandsons located her 81-year-old brother in Canada.

‘After 65 years, I have found the sister who I love,” Simon Glasberg said Monday in heavily accented English, his eyes filling with tears. “I can’t stop kissing her.'”

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ht: jesus outside the box

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is anyone aware of a blogger hack out there that will allow me to add comment notification to blogger comments? I’m looking for a way that folks can opt into receiving emails whenever someone replys to a comment they’ve left on a particular post. (I realize WordPress and others offer this and I may switch one day. )

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28-Sep-06 08:32 PM – Linda : UNBELIEVABLE!!!!! Bob was taken off the ventilator at 1 this am (yes, that is now 17 hours ago, about 8 hours after the surgery finished! He is awake and SOOOOO happy!!
We kept telling the nurses to tell him what day it was last night, so he knew he woke up on the same day, and not a month later! He is in quite a bit of pain, more from the drainage tube in his ribs than from the incision site, but he’s so glad to be awake that he’s just smiling!
The surgeon put in a 30cm graft…yes, that is 11.8 inches. Not what he planned to do, but apparently felt this would best protect the entire aorta from future aneurysms. He is the only Dr. there that has a different procedure that allows the time on circ arrest–when the body is cooled so dangerously low and many complications occur–to be very short. Often they are on it for 45 min to an hour, and Bob was only on for 5 minutes!!! Thank God in a million ways for how He has taken care of Bob!
He will be in the ICU Fri for sure, maybe moving out Fri pm or Sat…they are watching him more closely because of his wonderful history!
Please call me (or Bob’s cell) if you want to visit to find out the best times and where he will be.
“Be still once more, oh my soul, for the Lord has been good to me” Ps 116:7 “

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