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Just recently, I was discussing grant writing services with a potential client. When I told him how much he would need to invest in the first year he said, “if I had $10,000 I would not need grant funding.”
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Ed note: See Jimmy Scroggins' rejoinder to this post here .
(I am writing this out and linking to this from an email I will be sending our church this week. So a lot of this post is for Vintage Faith Church with the upcoming teaching schedule). We finished our 4 week teaching series Everyday Missionary on Sunday.
I’m a pastor but I’ll be honest, there are some days that I wake up and wonder what it would be like to do something else, like sell vacuums, work at Starbucks, or be a professional body builder (if you know me, you know that’s a joke).
Jay Bakker with Martin Edlund, Fall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self, and Society (New York: Faith Words, 2011), 194 pages.
“Behold the man!” That’s what Pilate says in John 19. And strangely enough, we ought to obey Pilate this week. We ought to stop and stare at the Man he is pointing to.