Category Archives: Europe 2017

Montreux III: Inclusion, Bias, and God’s Love for All

I have a greater desire to build bridges with all people, and especially people with whom I have less agreement or things in common. The ground is level at the foot of the cross. God loves each of us. Yes, … Continue reading

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Sabbath at Sea Steps of Faith

When was the last time you stopped for recentering with the Lord? You will find he speaks to you of purpose and mission. Sometimes God puts it in your heart to befriend certain people at certain times for certain purposes. … Continue reading

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Montreux II: Talent, Gifting, and Dying as a Copy

0.5% variation exists in the genes of humans, so aren’t we just all the same? “Fight all of your life to not die as a copy.” Surrender to the Lord to produce in you the image of the Lord Jesus … Continue reading

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Montreux I: End of Myself – Beginning of Wisdom

Yesterday, I was reflecting on how God knows EVERYTHING. I relearned this through Sergio the Omniscient, who was our hotelier in Venezia. This morning, I am listening to a scholar from Vienna speaking about knowledge, which links to our fear … Continue reading

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Venice II: Sergio the Omniscient

Yesterday we met Sergio the Omniscient. We were staying one night in Venezia at the Hotel Flora – a very beautiful little hotel on a private garden a short walk to San Marco. Sergio greeted us at the hotel and … Continue reading

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Split: Ivan the Croatian Barber

I get my hair cut every two weeks. I have been away for two weeks and I have one week to go. Obviously I feel like a wooly mammoth. So in Split, Croatia in Diocletian’s Palace, which is their Old … Continue reading

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Athens: The Unknown God Unknown Again?

In Athens I could see how a people could become immune to ideas of truth and redemption and peace, as their land was invaded century after century.  When religion is engraved on the stick beating you, it will likely not … Continue reading

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