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Entries by Bruce Reyes-Chow from 09/2012

The Church's Doomed Pursuit of the Elusive Young Adult

| Posted 09.06.2012 | Religion

It seems that everywhere you look today, "the church," especially within historic traditions, is talking about reaching that ever-elusive young adult demographic.  Sometimes it feels like we are on some National Geographic safari trying to observe and conserve some rare creature.

What the Body of Christ Can Learn From Fantasy Sports

| Posted 09.13.2012 | Religion

As I have jumped into fantasy sports this year for the first time, I found myself watching the game differently. I wonder what would happen if we applied this same kind of lens to those things that we church folks so easily demonized every day.

Thoughts on Bitter Gun Owners and the Entitled 47 Percent

| Posted 09.19.2012 | Politics

Sure, this is politics, where spin runs rampant, mud-slinging is justified and strategy trumps truth, but when approached with a lesson of faith that should guide our whole life, aren't we compelled to speak outside of this style and tone?

A Gift of Perspective in Discerning God's Call

| Posted 09.28.2012 | Religion

I have been invited back into faith and trust. God will speak when God speaks, I will hear when I am ready to listen and I will follow when I feel called.