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From Kissing Ass To Kicking Ass

Better is open rebuke than hidden love. Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses.
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The Why and How of Torah Study

At the Noble Forum in October Stephen and I each talked about different aspects of Torah Study. Presentation: Why Torah?
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Q&A session – Common Purse

by Micah Landers I have been spending a great deal of time lately talking to the Lord and pondering the concept of provision. Our family recently moved to Oklahoma City from Cincinnati, effectively leaving behind most of our close connections, both in the church and work related.
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Living Rhythmically Toward A Future: an explanation of why we meditate on eternity.

by Micah Landers We celebrate Sukkot every fall. I have met a lot of people who think that Sukkot is a weird thing to take part in.
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Rhythms and Freedom to Know Christ: an explanation of why we rest.

By Micah Landers We celebrate Shabbat every week. We don't want to call unclean what the Lord has made clean (Acts 10).
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Spiritual Community – No Car Required

Do you remember the outrage that erupted around the world when churches began to be built in a way that logistically required their members to own cars to participate? No?
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How Does a United Church Form Smaller Communities?

As my faith in the oneness of the church has grown I’ve found myself building relationships with Christians from many diverse backgrounds who attend many different worship services across the city.  But this has created an additional dilemma.
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