Monthly Archives: September 2014

Pure Gold

This summer Linda and I were both deeply impacted as we read Pure Gold, David McCasland’s biography of Eric Liddell. We had been to Scotland in May and had visited Eric’s hometown of Edinburgh. We’d also taken the train to … Continue reading

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Paul, Bonhoffer and Heritage

On Thursday, September 11, I was privileged to speak at the first seminary chapel of the year at Heritage.  The message I gave was one I’ve been preparing for weeks.  No, make that years.  Or perhaps decades. Serving at Heritage … Continue reading

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Off to a Great Start!

It’s been a wonderful week here at Heritage as we’ve launched a new school year.  Classes have started for both college and seminary.  The resident halls are full of life again.  There is a strong sense of energy and anticipation … Continue reading

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Bonhoeffer’s Teaching on Preaching

If you aren’t familiar with the story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, you should change that. Bonhoeffer’s example of standing for Christ under the Nazi regime will inspire fresh courage in you (I’d recommend Eric Metaxas’ book: Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy). A lesser-known … Continue reading

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