BMH Books is off and running again! Last night Dr. Homer Kent, Jr. delivered to us the finished manuscript of a project he’s been working on–the updated and expanded commentary on the book of Mark. He did a shorter,”lightweight” version some years ago, but this new version is meatier, has a chapter for each of […]
My attention has been drawn lately to the “Emergent Church” and the movement within evangelicalism that calls itself “Postmodern.” I recently attended a panel discussion which included about eight leaders in this movement. I didn’t catch the names of all of them, but Doug Pagitt, pastor of Solomon’s Porch in Minneapolis, was the moderator of
Tonight we go to the renovated Westminster Hotel here in Winona Lake for an all-community dinner and hymnsing. Grace College is sponsoring it–Don Ogden leads the music, Barb Manahan will play piano and Sharon White will play organ. We’ve heard that perhaps about 150 people have signed up for either the dinner or the hymnsing
High atop a monster-rock outcropping over the Clear Lake spillway and dam, Tom Avey (left) and John Teevan (right) saw some 20 elk in an early-morning walk. Camp Clear Lake is just to the right of John’s elbow in this photo.
Tom Avey, FGBC Coordinator, led one of the sessions at the Northwest Focus Retreat.
Pastors, laymen, national organization reps gathered for a three-day retreat at Camp Clear Lake May 17-19.
Whew! I’m bushed tonight and am writing from a hotel in Seattle following the conclusion of the Northwest Focus Retreat which was held Monday, Tuesday and today at Camp Clear Lake near Whites Pass. The crowd at the retreat was fairly small–about 18, I think–but we had a wonderful, wonderful time. It was an excellent