Category Archives: Connections

Connections: My New Book Is Out!

I am happy to tell you that my new book, Five Marks of a Methodist, is available. You can get it right now directly from Abingdon Press at a discounted price via this link: http://www.abingdonpress.com/product/9781501800597#.VN5eidAo7mw. Or you can place a … Continue reading

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Connections: Two Ministry Sites

I always feel way behind the curve when I refer folks to social media, but I would rather be repetitive than silent.  Here are two online ministries I find very helpful.  Both have a Facebook page and a website… (1) … Continue reading

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Connection: New Ministries Info

Go to “The Oboedire Shop” to read about new highlighted ministries offered by Jan Richardson and Christianne Squires.  You will find the information in the “Formation Ministries” section of that page.

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Connections: New Book from Leonard Sweet

Just want to let you know that Leonard Sweet’s new book, ‘The Well-Played Life,’ is available.  Like his others, this one takes established truths and adds creative thinking to them–this time in relation to how we move through the basic … Continue reading

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Connections: Spirituality Shoppe

You will be blessed and helped at the Spirituality Shoppe, a multi-faceted ministry founded by Evan B. Howard… http://www.spiritualityshoppe.org

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And Your Daughters: The Rest of the Church

The coming of the Spirit at Pentecost engaged both men and women in the ministry of the church.  The Spirit was poured out on “all flesh.”—-“and your daughters shall prophesy.” With this post, I am adding another Category to capture … Continue reading

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Connections: God’s Calling

If you have been reading this blog for any length of time, you know how important I think the word “vocation” is.  We live vocationally–that is, in response to God’s call. My good friend, and Episcopal priest, Rob Goodridge has … Continue reading

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