Tag Archives: Preeminence of Christ

Unity: Center to Circumference

With this post I am beginning a series of posts on the subject of unity in the Church which will tackle this difficult matter from a number of different angles. This first meditation, in particular, ties in perfectly with the … Continue reading

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A Twenty-Five Year Old “Devotion”

Twenty-five years ago today I graduated the first phase of my Bible school training.  As a member of the graduating class of the two-year program of the school, I was asked, along with several others, to write a small “devotion” … Continue reading

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Centrality and Eccentricity

When my oldest son, Timothy, was a toddler, one of his favorite toys was a colorful pull-along train engine. What made this train rather unique was that when it was pulled across the floor, it wobbled from side to side. … Continue reading

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Centrality and Balance

I recently posted a fairly lengthy comment on the blog of Kathleen Ward, Church in a Circle, in response to a post she published called, “Bringing back balance – the benefits of monologue.” Kathleen’s reply to the comment began, “David – … Continue reading

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