Monthly Archives: August 2011

Oleviste Church, Tallinn, Estonia

I recently visited Tallinn, Estonia. I was there researching a writing project on which I am working. Oleviste Church in Tallinn, is more than 400 feet tall, and is believed to have been built originally in the twelfth century. In … Continue reading

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Look to Jesus!

I am often challenged and encouraged by the writings of those who have walked this earthly journey before me. One whose writings are frequently both a challenge and a comfort to me is Charles Spurgeon. He said this: It is … Continue reading

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Worship: Not a Show

My son recently attended a Christian conference. During a time of worship, the “house” lights dimmed and colored spot lights illuminated the musicians up front. The leader began by saying, “We don’t want you to view this as a show…” … Continue reading

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Growing Up in Christ

Christian maturity is, in many ways, relative. How fast and how far we progress in our spiritual development depends a great deal on the people with whom we interact. Further, our maturity, or lack thereof, is often recognized when we … Continue reading

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Choices… for Worship?

Some dear friends of our family are missionaries in Asia. Primarily through the husband/father’s work of teaching English in a local university, they are able to share the gospel in creative and profound ways. Several other people from the U.S. … Continue reading

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The Lock Bridges

Greetings from Tallinn, Estonia. I am here to do research for a writing project on which I am working. Tallinn is an amazing city with a wonderful sense of history. In fact, it is the official Capital of Culture for … Continue reading

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