Spiritual Disciplines

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The Multi-Campuses of Scripture – Spiritual Disciplines IV

The analogy has been used before that if we think of the Bible as we would a university, there are many different college campuses we could visit to engage in a different discipline of learning.  We already addressed our constant need to be taking in the Word of God.  This week’s focus is on what … Continue reading


Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards II

Here are some more resolutions from Jonathan Edwards, the American pastor and theologian Pastor Greg mentioned in his message from this past Sunday.  These are all along the theme of stewardship of time: 5. Resolved, never to lose one moment of time; but improve it the most profitable way I possibly can. 7. Resolved, never … Continue reading


A common Christian confession: I wish I did (this) more… – Spiritual Disciplines III

I hear it all the time.  I hear people asking for help in this area all the time.  It’s one of the most commonly recognized areas we actually know and acknowledge that we lack in.  We just don’t read the Bible as much as we know we should. Maybe from one Sunday to the next you don’t … Continue reading


Keeping Your Eyes on the Prize – Spiritual Disciplines Part II

It’s 6:30am (or earlier).  The alarm goes off.  It’s Monday morning.  You know you need to get up.  The niggling voice in your head tells you to get up so you can read the Bible and pray before you need to be out of the house.  You don’t feel like it and it seems like … Continue reading


Spiritual Discipl(az)ines(s)

There’s no better way to start a new series of posts on being disciplined than by confessing laziness.  For the past few weeks the blog has been a little neglected and seen only a handful of visitors (thank you for the stats wordpress).  Hopefully that will change with this next series.  If you would look … Continue reading