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Category Archives: Sacred / Secular Divide
Meat Loaf died last night. Since the 1970s, Michael / Marvin Lee Aday has sold over 65 million albums under the recording name “Meat Loaf.” His most successful work, Bat Out of Hell, sold over 40 million copies and is … Continue reading
In describing his experiences working among the lepers in Calcutta, Claiborne writes in The Irresistible Revolution: I began to understand what it meant when the curtain of the temple was torn open as Jesus died on the cross. Not only … Continue reading
An all-too-common misperception in the church is that real spirituality is the purview of monks, ministers, and missionaries. Culturally, we are in the habit of separating the sacred from the secular – an indication, no doubt, of the extent to … Continue reading
During my lunch break the other day, I decided to go get a haircut. I don’t have a “usual” place I go for a haircut. Sunny says I’m a “spontaneous haircut-getter”; rather than making an appointment somewhere, I’m more liable … Continue reading
This is Holy groundWe’re standing on Holy groundFor the Lord is present and where He is is Holy We are standing on Holy groundAnd I know that there are angels all aroundLet us praise Jesus nowWe are standing in Your … Continue reading
Republican or Democrat? Wal-Mart or Target? Ford or Chevy? Coke or Pepsi? Mac or PC? Lowe’s or Home Depot? John, Paul, George or Ringo? We live in an either / or world. Our answers to these stereotypical questions say something … Continue reading