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Simple Church Unity

Those who are no longer part of the Institutional Church are often only known for what they are against. Simple Church contains 26 thing we are FOR.

But it is not just what simple church practitioners have in common (in fact, we may not all even identify with that title), but what every form of church has in common with each other.

In my opinion, this is a ground-breaking book which will help build unity to all forms of Christ’s church upon the world.

The Church is an Elect People

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church is chosen by God

The church is chosen by God. But the church did not replace Israel. The church is the fulfillment of the reason God chose Israel as His elect nation. And just as God chose Israel to be a blessing to the world, so also, the church, as the elect people of God, are to be a blessing to the world.

Reconciling Mark Driscoll

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mark driscoll

Mark Driscoll’s fall has led many to ask questions about the church. This is good! Mark Driscoll was not the problem at Mars Hill. He was a victim of a larger problem in Christianity.

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The True Service of the Church

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helping others get homes

A blog reader sent in a story about how he and his wife are learning to be the church in his community. They were a bit disappointed with how their church handled a situation, and so took matters into their own hands to love others like Jesus. If you have a similar story, send it in!

Church Hurting People

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we love hurting people

Gotta be careful about what those church signs actually say…

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Unity vs Uniformity in the Church

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unity of the Body of Christ

It is possible to have unity within the church only if we give up on uniformity. Unity is a Godly goal; uniformity is not. Do you want Christian unity? Begin by recognizing, encouraging, and celebrating our immense diversity.

Dancing With Jesus

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dancing with Jesus

We spent Easter with the outcast–the lame, the halt, the thieves, the alcoholics, the drug-addicts, the murderers. We spent Easter dancing with Jesus. He loves us. Whether we’re thieves, adulterers, liars, cheats, gluttons, alcoholics or murderers, He loves us. Whether we see Him in a fancy building with stained glass windows or dancing with us in the streets, He’s there. He’s alive. If you haven’t seen Him, walk with those who do see Him. Perhaps you’ll catch a glimpse. Perhaps He’ll come and sit with you. Perhaps He’ll dance with you.

How Satan Uses Religion to Cast out Satan

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violence and religion

Satan uses religion to defeat himself, but in a way that only solidifies his own power and influence in the world. He uses violent religion to kill the messengers of God, who have been demonized by the religion of power and violence.