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Ryan Pelton on November 29, 2013

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Thanks John. I know productivity is an economic term, but I think it captures the idea I was trying to express. Thanks for the reminder of obedience, because that is the way we show our love for Jesus. 

Thanks for the encouragemnt. I think, finding the balalce between the different streams of Reformed faith (piety, transformational, etc.) is the key of a robut gospel centric theology. 

Ryan Pelton on October 18, 2013

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Thanks brother. These ideas have been germinating and marinating in my mind and heart for a few years, especially as we planted a church in a liberal-conservative mix of an urban city. The gospel is the answer for all!


Here are some stats from Barna-

Then I use my own personal research in my city of the many pastors I run into that are struggling wtih many issues. We even have a ministry in our city that is called PastorServ that ministers to pastors for this reason.

Great thoughts Neil! I like your take on being disicplined in community. It is amazing how communities inspire individuals to do things they would not do on their own or by mere will power. When I became a Christian it was easy to attend church and get connected in community because I had people aroud me to encourage me in these things.


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