Tag Archives: Communion

The Sunday We Got Beat by Daylight Savings Time

We’d woken up feeling great. The morning sun shined through the window onto the breakfast table and as we ate we agreed that this was a Sunday that couldn’t be beat: we were up early, we were rested, and we … Continue reading

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Creationism and the Blood of the New Covenant – a literal problem

[I have a guest post at Amy R. Buckley’s blog today. Here’s a brief intro, and the rest is over at Amy’s place. Please click through and then spend some time reading her posts too.] *** I have no knock … Continue reading

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Zipporah and the Eucharist

[Today’s guest post is from Julie Walsh, who has some wonderfully wise thoughts on the Lord’s Supper and the ministry of women in the body of Christ. Julie and her husband live in the Washington DC area, are sometimes empty-nesters of their five … Continue reading

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Reading the Future by Knowing the Past

[As we reflect on Good Friday today and look forward to Easter, the Sunday of Resurrection, here is an updated post from the archives about what it means to remember what God has done and to look forward to what … Continue reading

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Sunday Funnies: Communion Buzz

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Teeny Sips and Stale Crumbs or Hunks of Bread and Mouthfuls of Port?

The communion bread I picked up from the tray was about a tenth the size of my thumbnail, like all the other uniform pieces laying there. The tiny plastic cup I removed from the same tray had a tiny bit of … Continue reading

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Sunday School – Communion, the Tin Man and Re-membering

Blaine Hogan brings new insights to communion. I’d stay with the video to the end if I were you.

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Israelite Festivals, The Lord’s Supper, Right Eating and Doing Good

[I’m guest posting at Rachel Marie Stone’s blog today. She writes on faith and family and food, while serving God’s kingdom in Malawi. Plus, her book Eat with Joy just published. Here’s the start of the piece I wrote for … Continue reading

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Reminiscing and Futurism – foolish and evil

I’m reading through Ecclesiastes now and ran across this verse: Do not say, “Why were the old days better than these?” For it is not wise to ask such questions. (Ecclesiastes 7:10.) How interesting that James, the New Testament writer who seems … Continue reading

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