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Sabbatical, Day 29

It’s hard to believe a third of my sabbatical has gone by already. The Festival of Homiletics was wonderful with lots of food for thought. I need to eventually get back to my notes and see what they inspire after … Continue reading

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Sabbatical, Day 17: Festival of Homiletics

The second full day of the Festival is done. Who knew listening to great speakers could be so exhausting? After beginning Monday evening with Walter Brueggemann and Rob Bell, I began Tuesday with hearing great talks from Brueggemann again as … Continue reading

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Sabbatical, Day 15: Festival of Homiletics Begins

After 2 days of long drives I arrived in San Antonio for the Festival of Homiletics. Yes, a festival for and about preachers and preaching. 1800 church nerds. I got here early enough I had time to walk around the … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be a Christian?

What does it mean to call yourself a Christian? A month or so ago this question came up in a couple of different conversations in the span of a few days. In one of those conversations I was a little … Continue reading

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Sabbatical, Day 8

How did it get to be day 8 of my sabbatical already? So far I’ve finished final edits on my upcoming book. Next step is to finalize formatting, cover, etc. Also spent a couple of days visiting family. Read a … Continue reading

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