Discipleship

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When too much of a good thing is no longer good

What the Stanley cup craze tells us about ourselves A woman in Roseville, California, was arrested after police found 65 stolen Stanley tumblers in the trunk…

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The Disciple Dilemma: Whole-Life Discipleship Part 1

An “Aussie” from London, tells two Americans about discipleship! For a lot of Western Christians, discipleship equals church. Is that Jesus’s discipleship? Not exactly. Dr. Dave…

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The Disciple Dilemma: Is Something off with Discipleship in the West, Part 2

Part 2 of Carmen’s interview episode on “Is Something Off in Western Discipleship?” Here’s what we talked about:

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The Disciple Dilemma: Is Something Off with Discipleship in the West, Part 1

What’s missing for followers of Jesus, compared with Christ’s way of “doing” discipleship? Tune in and have a listen!

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What does it mean to be a Good Samaritan today

On the NYC Subway incident and asking what does God expect of us today Friend, when you woke up this morning, what did you expect to…

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New Year. New you? 

Once again we find ourselves in a brand new year. We start with high hopes, great expectations and often a number of resolutions that prove unrealistic.…

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Begin again, again

Children call it a “do over.” Golfers call it a “mulligan.” Television and film directors call it a “retake.” By whatever name, it is the realization…

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Thanksliving

Christians, we are people of thanksgiving— not just for a day, but in everyday living. When we gather at our tables this week, for the nationally…

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Where in the Word are you?

My name is Carmen so it may not surprise you that there was a season in which I was often asked, “Where in the world are…

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The second mother effect: how Kamala Harris learned about the love of God from a saint downstairs

As the children’s book affirms, “everyone has a mother.” But what about a second mother? Kamala Harris identifies Regina Shelton as her second mom and she’s…

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How NOW shall we live?

Every morning a new headline to break our heart, sear our conscience, convulse our emotions, and threaten our sense of safety and sanity. It feels increasingly…

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Spotlight Interview: Os Guinness on Carpe Diem Redeemed

What does it mean to seize the day as a Christian? How do we embrace a biblical view of time and our place in it as…

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