Tag Archives: discipleship

The Cost of Non-Discipleship

Dietrich Bonhoeffer famously wrote of the cost of discipleship. He meant that following Jesus requires intention: that if God has given us the rich gift of grace, forgiveness, mercy, and new life, we have to use them, and not simply continue … Continue reading

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The Real Life is Plan B

The day I graduated from college plan A was in place.  The plan was to continue doing what I was doing and not doing, all of this doing and not doing a thing to which I’ll leave to your imagination … Continue reading

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Serpentine Wisdom

Today in the life of the church we celebrate the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul.  Now it could very well be argued that Paul has done more to shape our beliefs and doctrines about Christianity than any other … Continue reading

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