A look at life and ministry.

Category: "Theology Lived"

Society, Conflict, Opportuntity

  01/05/13 11:04, by , Categories: Church Life, Politics, Living Life, Theology Lived
A lot of Christians are pretty scared or at least worried these days because of the advancing agenda of the homosexual rights movement.   It is more than being distressed about a societal trend of sin, of which we have many, it is a fear that our… more »
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Messy Church

  01/04/13 16:18, by , Categories: Church Life, Theology Lived, Pastors
Having a house full of kids does not tend to add to the neatness of a home.  Even though we work every day to make sure they take care of what they get out, there is always something, either a craft, a sock, an errant toy, etc.  Crabbing after them ever… more »
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Happy New Year

  01/03/13 11:23, by , Categories: Living Life, Theology Lived
I just wanna be happy. Isn't that what everyone wants? I watch so many people building their lives around the pursuit of happiness. Some of these friends have eschewed God in favor of what they see as a simpler formula for being happy. "Do what makes… more »
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The Judgement of God and Message of Christmas

  12/22/12 12:02, by , Categories: Politics, Living Life, Theology Lived
Dobson's claim of God's judgement and the God of "justice" and mercy who came to show us how to love each other. more »
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Tired Inside

  11/16/12 10:37, by , Categories: Personal Reflections, My Life, Theology Lived, Bible Study, Pastors
This has proved to be one of those weeks.  Actually, it started last week and has continued this week.  By this I don't mean it has been a bad week.  Things have actually been going well.  But I am tired, on the inside.  I'm one of those people who… more »
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A look at life and ministry.

About the Author

After growing up in Maine, Ira graduated from Bible College and wandered into Western Maine and has never found his way back out. He has a deep love for the rural churches of Maine and the people who make up this great state. He loves Truth over Tradition, Christ over Culture, and People over Process. He love to equip, teach, and disciple and longs to see the Maine church grow healthy and make disciples.


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