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Behold how good and pleasant

“Hine Mah Tov” is a Jewish hymn traditionally sung at Sabbath feasts and whose lyrics are the first verse of Psalm 133. Psalm 133: 1  How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity! 2  It … Continue reading

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Prepping for Sunday’s service

 

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Reading the Bible with the damned (Bob Ekblad)

This book has been part of my summer reading.  I am really digging Bob Ekblad.  It reads like a person’s struggles to contextualise and incarnate the good news – thank the Heavens it’s not another stale volume on evangelism or missional … Continue reading

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The empowering of the margins

In our midweek meetings we are starting to read through the first few chapters of Exodus. We want to look at the business of liberation, the process of moving from slavery to freedom and the people God chooses as agents … Continue reading

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