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Kindle Deal of the Day: Messy Church: A Multigenerational Mission for God’s Family by Ross Parsley. FREE.

When you look at the church today, what do you see? A corporation with a CEO at the helm? A social organization that does good things for the community? Pastor Ross Parsley believes that neither of those pictures is God’s desire. Instead, God wants His church to function as a family—a group of real people who love each other and care for one another’s needs, no matter how messy.

Glass Beach:

Who would have ever thought? Who would have conceived that what was discarded as trash, what was useless in the eyes of the world, what was so varied in shape, size, texture, and background, could come together to be?

Why Poor Tipping Compromises the Gospel:

When a Christian determines the tip percentage of the bill based on quality of service or uniqueness of the dining experience, he or she contradicts grace and flirts dangerously with greed. It is flirting with greed because it forgets, at least momentarily, that underserved grace is shown to us every day.

The Image of God – 6 Things We Can All Agree On:

From these six points, you can see that there’s actually a lot of agreement in how we should understand the imago Dei in the Bible. Indeed, you can use these six points to develop a fairly robust understanding of the image and how it impacts our understanding of the human person.

3 Ways to Approach the Church Fathers:

These are the earliest Christian documents written just after the apostolic age and span the years from around A.D. 95 up until about A.D. 165.  Though they are referred to as the “apostolic fathers,” they are really our earliest “post-apostolic fathers.”  But how should we assess their value?  Here are three options:

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