Ancient Paths for Today's Pilgrim
Oct 29, 2008 by Howard Baker | 0 Comments
November 1 is All Saints' Day which has been a feast day in the western Christian church since the 8th century. On that day the church celebrates the life and light of those whose devotion and holiness continue to inspire us in kind. Its origin is even earlier dating back to the 4th century ... [More]
Oct 27, 2008 by Howard Baker | 1 Comments
Dr. Tony Campolo will be lecturing in the chapel tomorrow at 11am. Here are some short quotes to pique your interest:When you talk about evangelicals, don't forget that a significant proportion of the evangelical community is African American. And most African Americans - well over 90 ... [More]
Oct 22, 2008 by Howard Baker | 0 Comments
"If we are to be in Christ new creatures, we must show that we are so by having new ways of living in the world. If we are to follow Christ, it must be in our common way of spending every day.
...And if you will here stop and ask yourself why you are not as pious as the primitive ... [More]
Oct 21, 2008 by Howard Baker | 0 Comments
Both the example of C.S. Lewis and his words have much to inspire and teach us about the childlike simplicity of loving Jesus and care for others in these complex times:
"When The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe was first published in 1950, it became an instant bestseller. Hundreds of ... [More]
Oct 15, 2008 by Howard Baker | 0 Comments
"Self-knowledge is so critically important to us in our pursuit of God and His righteousness that we lie under heavy obligation to do immediately whatever is necessary to remove the disguise and permit our real selves to be known.
Rules for Self-Discovery
What we want most.
What we think ... [More]