Monthly Archives: July 2012

Changing Culture and the Christ-Centered Kingdom

Globequake: Living in the Unshakeable Kingdom While the World Falls Apart(Thomas Nelson, 2012) by Wallace Henley   “Changing Culture and the Christ-Centered Kingdom” As part of my  July 2012 reading, I have also agreed to read and review Wallace Henley’s … Continue reading

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Catching a Contagious Christianity

Speak Easy Book Review: “ Catching a Contagious Christianity” Viral Jesus: Recovering the Contagious Power of the Gospel (Passio, 2012) by Ross Rohde. I recently read Ross Rohde’s new book Viral Jesus and I must say, for understanding Christianity as … Continue reading

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“Gospel for the Middle” Frank Viola Synchroblog

The following exercise is from the synchroblog at http://frankviola.org/2012/07/09/gospelforthemiddle Fielding Melish and his wife Felicia have two children, ages 10 and 6. They live in a very remote part of Maine, USA. They are surrounded by extended family, none of whom … Continue reading

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“Discovering What You Were Born to Do”

One B1G Thing: Discovering What You Were Born to Do (2012) by Phil Cooke I am a big fan of Phil Cooke. He is a rare and incredible voice at the intersection of faith, media, and culture. The only working … Continue reading

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