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  • Amazon shared from Center Church: Doing Balanced, Gospel-Centered Ministry in Your City by Timothy Keller
    It is quite easy to assume that if we understand the gospel accurately and preach it faithfully, our ministry will necessarily be shaped by it — but this is not true.
  • Amazon shared from The Message Remix New Testament: 2010 Student Planner Edition by Eugene H. Peterson
    INTRODUCTION NEHEMIAH Separating life into distinct categories of “sacred” and “secular” damages, sometimes irreparably, any attempt to live a whole and satisfying life, a coherent life with meaning and purpose, a life lived to the glory of God. Nevertheless, the practice is widespread. But where did all these people come up with the habit of separating themselves and the world around them into these two camps? It surely wasn’t from the Bible. The Holy Scriptures, from beginning to end, strenuously resist such a separation. The damage to life is most obvious when the separation is applied...
    Note: life is holy. work life, social life, church life. dont seperate life into sacred and secular
  • Amazon shared from Five Smooth Stones for Pastoral Work by Eugene H. Peterson
    As for the misunderstanding, our experience of anger is often with its neurotic forms. We have only occasional encounters with mature, healthy anger. Anger as an honest manifestation of revealed love, or offended righteousness, is rare among us. We encounter it mostly as a kind of petty irritation, a tantrum, a mean streak coming out when we don't get our own way.
    Note: Eugene Peterson on anger #angermanagement #newtestament
  • Amazon shared from The Pastor: A Memoir by Eugene H. Peterson
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