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gibby espinoza

stumbling through God's kingdom...

the table: for the people

By Miguel Labrador I remember once walking into moderately sized old church. I was with the Pastor of said church and I'll admit I was impressed. The vaulted ceilings, stained glass, high ornate pulpit, and rich tones of wood everywhere.... Continue Reading →

the table: love a pharisee

By James Michael Jones I am blown away by Jesus' graciousness to Saul (Acts 9:1-19). For years Paul was a member of the Pharisees, the group Jesus said were blind leaders of the blind (Matthew 15:14). They persecuted Jesus' followers... Continue Reading →

the table: interdependence

By Patrick Hubbard Interdependence: A Necessity in Church Planting Movements Interdependence is a value that is central to the vision of Living Bread Ministries. It is especially empowering when working among the global poor. To illustrate the concept of interdependence... Continue Reading →

the table: not the kids table!

By Blaine Williams Do you recall sitting at the kids table as you grew up? A holiday meal, a family reunion or some other special occasion that brought friends and family together. As a kid, I longed for the day... Continue Reading →

the table: welcome to your new addiction

By Tim Williams A few words on Fuzzy's Tacos and restoration. What an over used and abused word, right? Addiction. Can you be addicted to food? I guess some could be. Well, I've been addicted to Fuzzy's Fish Tacos since... Continue Reading →

the table: i quit

By Fred Liggin IV In John 5:1-14 we read about a guy that I am increasingly convinced gets a bad wrap from modern day church folk. For one, His life gets bound up in theological discussions based upon what Jesus... Continue Reading →

the table: wondering about discipleship

By Chris Chappotin WONDER Do you ever wonder? Really wonder? Not just an average daydream or flitter of the imagination, but wonder. A deep and deepening wonder. A mind, spirit, and soul churning wonder. The kind of wonder that keeps... Continue Reading →

the table: breaking the bread of life

By Morgan Bush Years ago, I received a charge from a man who was an elder in the Body of Christ in the city of Odessa, Texas.  I had been the pastor of a church on the west side of... Continue Reading →

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