Monthly Archives: January 2012

Auburn Avenue Pastor’s Conference

We are headed to Monroe, LA for the twelfth Auburn Avenue Pastor’s Conference. I am looking forward seeing some old friends.

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Saturday Psalter: Genevan Psalm Two

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Communion Meditation: Enhancing the Brightness

The Epiphany Glory is the startling revelation of the Son of God to the Gentiles. We are recipients of this great light. We have seen it by the grace of God, and now we walk in it by the grace … Continue reading

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Exhortation: Christ: Gift to the World

This is the first Sunday of Epiphany! Hope, growth, joy, and fulfillment are at the heart of this season. For some of us who did not grow up in liturgical traditions it will take a while to get used to … Continue reading

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The Life and Death of Abraham Kuyper

David Koyzis found a couple of rare videos regarding the late Dutch Prime Minister/Theologian, Abraham Kuyper. The first is one of his funeral. The description in Portuguese reads that the number of people present reflect a little of the magnitude of Kuyper’s … Continue reading

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Epiphany Re-Gathering

The Epiphany season is a babelic reversal. It does not contain the fullness of the Pentecost reversal, but it is the beginning of this undoing. Babel was meant to be a flood-proof structure and empire. Jesus opens the flood gates, … Continue reading

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Sermon: The Holy Feast of the Circumcision

People of God, the Christian world today celebrates the Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus and of his circumcision on the eighth day. We will focus our attention on this one verse and draw out the implications of this … Continue reading

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