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the table: prodigal table

By Kevin Copeland In Luke 15 we find Jesus telling a series of parables to a group of Pharisees and scribes who were grumbling about Jesus sharing his table with sinners, saying, “This man receives sinners and eats with them.”... Continue Reading →

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the table: banquet feast

By Chris Goforth Eating is one of my favorite things. Living in Portland, there is no end to the delicious goodness one can partake in when food is involved. Exploring the city, finding some of the best foods my mouth... Continue Reading →

the table: confessions of a backslider

Let me introduce you to my friend Charles David Osborn.  He goes by David, but my family and I call him Ozzie.  He probably doesn't like it, but he'll get over it.  David and I connected immediately after discovering we... Continue Reading →

the table: reflections from the fringe

Starting tomorrow, with the help of some amazing friends, I am launching a series called "The Table."  The inspiration came from the meetings I have been engaged in with some amazing brothers here in Burleson, Texas.  We occasionally meet at Fuzzy's Taco... Continue Reading →

artificial to organic

Excerpt from “faith in real life” by Mike Tatlock: Within modernism, the expectation was that people would fall in line with a system of religion.  Everyone presumed you would play your part in programmatic structures that outlined what was expected of... Continue Reading →

coming in january…

With the help of several guest bloggers, I'll be launching a blog series titled "The Table."  I'm looking forward to this because many of the guest bloggers are folks I only know through Facebook and/or Twitter.  Still it's like we... Continue Reading →

the doorway to the kingdom – oswald chambers

For almost 30 years I have been reading My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers.  I suppose it's a pretty good habit.  Now, I don't always understand or agree with his perspective, but most times he gets me thinking... Continue Reading →

our past successes

The following is an insightful excerpt from The Permanent Revolution: Apostolic Imagination and Practice for the 21st Century Church by Alan Hirsch and Tim Catchim: "It is not hard to see how we look to our past successes, formularize them,... Continue Reading →

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