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Showing posts from December 30, 2007

Blogging Corinth

I am really excited about our next teaching series at Legacy: Blogging Corinth. We will walk through this raw letter of emotions and messy spirituality that helped form the faith of the first followers. If we let it be what it is--Paul's Spirit-led response to real-life issues and questions from new followers of Jesus in a cosmopolitan city--we will find ourselves immersed in its truth and challenged to live differently because we are just like them (be honest) and struggle with the same things they did.

Our LifeGroups will follow the Sunday morning messages with their own discussions and applications from "Taking On Tough Issues." I'm looking forward to the downloading we will do on Sunday nights with my own LifeGroup.

I also will teach 1 Corinthians on Tuesday nights for B H Carroll at Legacy. The class starts January 15. I look forward to examining the original text, social and cultural influences, and technical issues related to this rich letter of Scripture. There…

Who Would Have Thought

Here's a picture of my youngest daughter Summer with three of her friends who were three at the time. All of our families were at Legacy then, and we have stayed in touch through the years.

Today, all four are Seniors at Baylor and will graduate together. Who would have thought friends would get to be around each other for that long!

From left to right: Summer, Meredith Rogers (John and Becky), Jency Allison (Jay and Jenny), and Lauren Jones (Larry and Kathy)