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Alyce M. McKenzie Sep 16, 2014
Paul can smile and say "thank you" to God -- especially in prison -- because he has learned to set and reset his focus on the presence of Christ and his mission as Christ's servant.
Alyce M. McKenzie Sep 08, 2014
Who is the person who is wise? The one who has the ability to learn something from every person.
Alyce M. McKenzie Sep 04, 2014
Paul says there is one claim on our lives that trumps all others—the claim of love. Let that be the ringtone that wakes us up each day.
Alyce M. McKenzie Aug 18, 2014
What made Paul think of this body metaphor for the church?
Alyce M. McKenzie Aug 11, 2014
In this strange and unpredictable world, we feel compelled to explain both the good and the bad in terms of God's intentionality.
Alyce M. McKenzie Aug 03, 2014
For as long as we continue to pursue our own agendas and to exclude others from God's embrace, Romans 10:6-8 will remain bad news to us.
Alyce M. McKenzie Jul 27, 2014
When we try to save ourselves in the dangerous waters of life, we are swimming against the current, ignoring the lifeline God extends to us in Christ.
Alyce M. McKenzie Jul 17, 2014
When we are living into a difficult calling, we need to be able to discern the difference between good advice and good news.
Alyce M. McKenzie Jul 14, 2014
It is interesting that Paul, writing to what was probably a predominantly male audience, would have invoked the imagery of a pain that has never been felt by males.
Alyce M. McKenzie Jul 08, 2014
Just because we are susceptible to sin doesn't mean we're doomed to be sinners.
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