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The Pastor by Eugene Peterson – Discussion Questions – Chapters 17 – 21


On page 137, Eugene Peterson writes, “And my work is not to fix people.  It is to lead people in the worship of God and to lead them in living a holy life.”  How is leading people in the worship … Continue reading

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King’s Cross by Timothy Keller – Chp 17 – The End


Opening prayer Read the italicized passages of Scripture in Chapter 17. Questions Timothy Keller writes, “Of all the things Jesus could have said…he specifically says he’s the judge. By his choice of text, Jesus is deliberately forcing us to see … Continue reading

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King’s Cross by Timothy Keller – Chapter 12 – The Ransom


Opening prayer Read the italicized passages of Scripture in Chapter 12. Questions What were the reasons that made it necessary that Jesus die? How was Jesus’ death going to be a ransom (140-141)? Timothy Keller writes, “…all life-changing love is … Continue reading

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King’s Cross by Timothy Keller – Chapter 11 – The Trap


Opening prayer Read the italicized passages of Scripture in Chapter 11. Questions According to historian Andrew Walls the centre of Christianity always moving?  Why is this so (123-124)? According to Walls, Christianity is always moving away from power and wealth … Continue reading

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Suffering


“We will never have the easy, unhesitating love of God that makes obedience to Jesus our natural response unless we are absolutely sure that it is good for us to be, and to be who we are.  This means we … Continue reading

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The God Who Heals Our Disappointments


Today we are continuing our Family Photo Album series and our hope, as we go through this series, is that you will fall in love with these Old Testament stories and that you will dive deeper into the Bible to … Continue reading

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Postmodernism and the Christian Church


“The postmodern church will be a witness to its contemporary generation by being a peculiar people orientated to a coming kingdom through the practices and language of a living tradition.”  James K. Smith, Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism?:  Taking Derrida, Lyotard, … Continue reading

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