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The week in review in the Methoblogosphere:
Dale Tedder writes on small groups and the primacy of the Word.
Joseph Slife posts on the upcoming spring session of the UM Judicial Council.
Thoughts from Andrew Thompson on role models, on and off the field.
It's been ten and twenty years ago for Scott McKay.
John Battern offers a new perspective on the UM constitutional amendments.
"Fruitful Theological Debate?" part 1 by Craig L. Adams.
Bishop Robert Schnase challenges us to share Christ "as the way opens."
Betty Newman presents a prayer preface on worship.
An almost baptismal drowing... er immersion... performed by Abi Carlisle-Wilke.
Gerry Charlotte Phelps ponders the Somali refugee problem.
Dave Warnock posts the first in a series on Methodist stationing.
On writing in library books by Kevin Watson.
Dave Faulkner reflects on a lost day.
Time flies for Lorna Koskela.
Sky Lowe-McCracken reminds us that because of the resurrection of Christ, it's all good.
Rick Mang could be at a "crossroads."
The misguided notion-- and demise-- of Social Security according to Michael Daniel.
Ken Carter posts some thoughts on the sacrament of creation.
David Hallam writes on responding to the flu pandemic.
Questing Parson rants on poisoned stewardship.
A rationale from Matt Kelley on why they are baptizing their infant daughter. Best of the Methoblogosphere!
Sally Coleman is feeling flat but recognising privilege.
Greg Hazelrig posts his thought for the day on Galatians 6:4.
A post on the Father's timing from Deb Spaulding.
Steve Heyduck says, "Don't blame the lost." Best of the Methoblogosphere!
Andrew Stoddard posts reflections on Daniel 2:31-49, 1 John 2:18-29, Luke 3:1-14.
Henry Neufeld offers thoughts on the value of short-term mission.
Small concrete actions and gifts-- A post by Kim Matthews.
Tony Mitchell preaches on a new level of consciousness.
Are you looking for ways to make your mark? Read Olive Morgan.
Guy Williams cogitates on the Susan Boyle narrative.
Andy Bryan has found firm footing in the midst of trying times.
Things that happen at Starbucks according to Joseph Yoo.
Brian Russell outlines reading the Bible missionally for the church and the world.
The beginning of a series on the Holy Spirit in the Gospel of John from Mitch Lewis.
Dave Morris is going deeper with Rethink Church.
Dave Camphouse posts his bootcamp notes.
"The Spirit and Discipline Make the Christian"-- A presentation from Steven Manskar.
What does it mean to be post-traditional? Jay Voorhees asks the question.
Jonathan Marlowe reflects on his attendance at the College of Pastoral Leaders.
Brian Vinson writes on successful preaching.