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Idealistic v. Realistic Community

Idealistic v. Realistic Community  I’ve seen it often. A person visits a church. They like it. There is an initial honeymoon feeling. They can’t believe how warm and inviting everybody is. Then, subconsciously, they place unrealistic expectations on their new community and the people that make it up. They grow used to being served and never move from cons...

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Bonhoeffer: We need one another

As I mentioned a few days ago, I am reading Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s book Life Together. If you are not aware of Bonhoeffer and his story, I recommend you familiarize yourself with him. He was a German theologian and pastor who left the safety of a teaching position at a seminary in America to return to his native Germany in order to oppose Hitler and the Third Reich. H...

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Martin Luther on missional living

I’m re-reading Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Life Together. Bonhoeffer paints such a rich portrait of Christian community in this short book. This quote from Martin Luther on the first page of the first chapter hit me right between the eyes. As a pastor, I spend most of my time with Christians. Luther’s penetrating words remind me that Jesus was always on mission...

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