Monthly Archives: November 2011

reading list

I spent the last week on study leave, working my way through several books that I’d been eyeing longingly in recent months. It was wonderfully renewing.      First up – I finished Carol Howard Merritt’s Reframing Hope. Merritt is … Continue reading

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two masters

We tackled that ever challenging text in Matthew 6 where Jesus tells us we can’t serve two masters. Audio below and text after the jump.

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it’s not fair

We talked about grace this week, and how it’s really not fair at all. The text was Matthew 20:1-16. Audio is below and text is after the jump.

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a different gap

The Pew Research Center came out with data today showing a dramatically rising wealth gap between older and younger households. This gap is long-standing–younger people don’t have the same earning power or time to accumulate resources, but it’s gotten significantly … Continue reading

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