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The Best Way Out Is Through

The Best Way Out Is Through

To understand the Enneagram in its modern Western form and use, we have to remember that it was originally (and quietly) brought to the States by a South American psychiatrist (Claudio Naranjo) and then unleashed by a spiritual community (the Jesuits). With this context, it’s no surprise the Enneagram is largely framed as a tool

God Steers Moving Ships

He died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for Him who died for them and was raised again. – 2 Corinthians 5:15 Let me remark that being “led by the Spirit of God” is a remarkable expression. The Bible does not say, “As many as are driven by

Pragmatism is Church Kryptonite

If you ask a group of Olympic medal winners how pleased they are with their own performance, which group would you expect to be the happiest: Gold, Silver, or Bronze medalists? Researchers have actually studied this, and they found that gold medal winners were obviously the happiest. But, the surprising result was that bronze medalists

Mark 1:17

Jesus Calls the First Four Disciples

Matthew 4:13–22; Mark 1:16–20; Luke 4:31a (Matthew) MT — And leaving Nazareth Some time elapsed between Matthew 4:12 and Matthew 4:13. Jesus’ stay in Nazareth ended abruptly when He was violently rejected by the people of Nazareth, who tried to murder Him (see Luke 4:16–30). (Luke) LK — He went down MT — and dwelt in Capernaum, which is by the sea,

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