Monthly Archives: October 2010

Stump

“‘Even if a tenth part remain in it, it will be burned again, like a terebinth or an oak whose stump remains standing when it is felled.’  The holy seed is its stump.” – Isaiah 6:13 Near the camp dining … Continue reading

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Do you believe God is good?

           Do you believe God is good? Is He concerned with our well being? Do we matter to Him? These questions are raised by christians, by nonchristians, by great scholars and by children. Every year students in colleges across the country pour gallons of ink into papers … Continue reading

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Lefse and The Cross

It isn’t just humanity that is fallen; it is the entirety of creation that is utterly and completely fallen and in need of renewal and redemption. This is the purpose of the Christ Event. Continue reading

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Noah and the Righteousness of Faith

Noah was righteous not because he lacked a sinful nature but because he trusted in the ultimate goodness of God. His faith and trust in God were evidenced by his obedience to all that God called him to do. His faith was a faith that believed in and clung to God’s Word and His promise of salvation. Continue reading

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