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Tag Archives: religion

Seeing All the Things

A spiritual life is supposed to help us see better. Continue Reading Seeing All the Things

Speaking of What Truly Matters

The people who find God are usually people who are very serious about their quest and their questions. Continue Reading Speaking of What Truly Matters

Humble Knowing

Jesus himself consistently honored and allowed Mystery. Continue Reading Humble Knowing

War Is a Spiritual Problem

The way forward will depend on spiritual transformation at a corporate level. Continue Reading War Is a Spiritual Problem

Change Is Never Comfortable

How can we envision a new world when we have never fallen away from the old? Continue Reading Change Is Never Comfortable

An Opportunity for Transformation

Why not architect the kind of faith movement we want to see twenty-to-fifty years from now? Continue Reading An Opportunity for Transformation

The Five M’s

The church is at its greatest vitality as the “Jesus Movement.” Continue Reading The Five M’s

Our True Self Is Life Itself

Love is what you were made for and love is who you are. Continue Reading Our True Self Is Life Itself

A Quality of Relationship

When we live from our true self in God, religion is about the quality and capacity of our relatedness to God and others. Continue Reading A Quality of Relationship

Goodness Exposed

Jesus refuses to divide the world into the pure and the impure, much to the chagrin of almost everybody—then and now. Continue Reading Goodness Exposed

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