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  • Birds with wings expanded.

    The Gift of Roots and Wings

    The Columbia Classic was a 15 kilometer race which follows the historic Columbia River Highway from the Women’s Forum viewpoint to the foot of Oregon’s famous Multnomah Falls. I ran the race with my son, David, thirteen years ago. Although the Columbia Classic is no more, memories of that race … [Read More...]

  • Man standing alone

    Three Cheers for Celibacy

    Sometimes in the life of the church we need to reclaim a forgotten or dormant teaching. My sense is that now is such a time and that the teaching we need to dust off and put into practice is celibacy. Celibacy is not a very popular idea. We Protestants see the Catholic Church overdoing it by not … [Read More...]

  • Old Book. Selective focus

    Book review for Donald Sunukjian’s Biblical Preaching for the Contemporary Church

    Review by Demetrius Rogers, Th.M. The Biblical Preaching for the Contemporary Church series offers Invitation to the Life of Jacob: Winning through Losing, Invitation to Philippians: Building a Great Church through Humility, and Invitation to James: Preserving through Trials to Win the Crown … [Read More...]

  • Picture of whale head.

    Jonah and the Great Fish (Jonah 1:16)

    Have you ever wondered about the possibility that someone could survive being swallowed by a great fish? Few people would question the historicity of Jonah apart from the "fish story." It is a whale of a tale! But could it have actually happened? In Sir Francis Fox's book, Sixty‑three Years of … [Read More...]

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    What I Learned from Dean Smith

    The longtime coaching icon Dean Smith died earlier this month. Newspapers here in North Carolina haven’t stopped running coverage of his life, his death, and his legacy in the weeks since his passing. His was a life of such substance that he left an incredibly large wake. I was on an airplane … [Read More...]

Apr
17

The Gift of Roots and Wings

Birds with wings expanded.

The Columbia Classic was a 15 kilometer race which follows the historic Columbia River Highway from the Women’s Forum viewpoint to the foot of Oregon’s famous Multnomah Falls. I ran the race with my son, David, thirteen years ago. Although the Columbia Classic is no more, memories of that race linger with me. It was…
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Apr
15

Three Cheers for Celibacy

Man standing alone

Sometimes in the life of the church we need to reclaim a forgotten or dormant teaching. My sense is that now is such a time and that the teaching we need to dust off and put into practice is celibacy. Celibacy is not a very popular idea. We Protestants see the Catholic Church overdoing it…
Read More

Apr
13

Book review for Donald Sunukjian’s Biblical Preaching for the Contemporary Church

Old Book. Selective focus

Review by Demetrius Rogers, Th.M. The Biblical Preaching for the Contemporary Church series offers Invitation to the Life of Jacob: Winning through Losing, Invitation to Philippians: Building a Great Church through Humility, and Invitation to James: Preserving through Trials to Win the Crown (all  by Donald R. Sunukjian, Weaver Book Company, 2014). The three main…
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Feb
27

Jonah and the Great Fish (Jonah 1:16)

Picture of whale head.

Have you ever wondered about the possibility that someone could survive being swallowed by a great fish? Few people would question the historicity of Jonah apart from the “fish story.” It is a whale of a tale! But could it have actually happened? In Sir Francis Fox’s book, Sixty‑three Years of Engineering (cited in Princeton…
Read More

Feb
25

What I Learned from Dean Smith

Basketball_hoop

The longtime coaching icon Dean Smith died earlier this month. Newspapers here in North Carolina haven’t stopped running coverage of his life, his death, and his legacy in the weeks since his passing. His was a life of such substance that he left an incredibly large wake. I was on an airplane when I heard…
Read More