And He said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation." – Mark 16:15

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Into the Harvest

If you’ve been following our blog the past month, you’ll know that the Church Plant that we’re involved with, Third Shift Church, has joined the #NoPlaceLeft movement.  As part of that movement, we take to heart the sobering truth that Christ reveals to us in Matthew 9:37 and Luke 10:2, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.”


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Machines, Ministry, and Movement

A lot can happen in 16 days.  In fact, over the span of just three of them, our car died and my laptop broke…

During a recent lunch break, our car wouldn’t start and after discovering that it’s bigger than a simple battery issue, we’ve decided that it’s not worth getting it fixed.  In short, the cost of fixing it would be more than what we would sell it for.  Therefore, I’m just going to call local salvage yards, take the highest bidder, and cut our losses.  Thankfully, however, we have a second car.  As we’re now down to one car and both of us have jobs, it makes things interesting, but we’ll make it work.  In reality, we only have to get through the next couple of months until Hannah finishes the school year.


R.I.P. Bianca

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Book Review – A Little Exercise for Young Theologians

A Little Exercise for Young Theologians
A Little Exercise for Young Theologians by Helmut Thielicke

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

ALEFYT (A Little Exercise For Young Theologians) left a bit to be desired. I had high hopes going into the book because of the praise it gets from many critics, and the fact that it’s a required reading for many seminarians (of which I will soon be).

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