Tag Archives: Christian unity

Searching for the Perfect Church

They’re searching for the “perfect” church. They go from one congregation to another, desperately looking for that which – honestly – does not exist. Like others before them, they will eventually realize that their efforts are futile. They will not … Continue reading

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Unity … or Not!

If only this wasn’t so true.

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Cut Off!

I am deeply concerned by what I see as a growing trend. The very idea of it is enough to cause me to want to shake the offending party and tell them to wake up. It seems to me that … Continue reading

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Our, Us, We

Do you remember when Jesus’ disciples asked Him to teach them how to pray? (Luke 11:1) Apparently, John the Baptist had taught his followers, and Jesus’ disciples thought they should have a similar lesson. Perhaps they had experienced Him praying, … Continue reading

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One Heart and Soul

There is a profound statement in Acts 4:32. “Now the full number of those who believed were of one heart and soul…” It’s not unusual to hear the phrase, “You have my heart.” In other words, I’m fully and completely … Continue reading

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Disconnected

I recently started reading a book entitled Refrigerator Rights. The basic premise is that in our society we are horrendously disconnected. The title of the book, Refrigerator Rights, comes from the idea that if you invited someone you don’t know … Continue reading

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One in Words

One day Philip, one of Jesus’ twelve disciples, asked Him to show them the Father, Jesus said, “…I am in the Father and the Father is in me.” (John 14:10) If you really think about it, that’s an amazing statement. … Continue reading

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