Tag Archives: Phil Vischer

When A Dream Dies (A Mustard Seed Musing)

I almost made it this year. You think I mean that I didn’t fall for any April Fool’s pranks, right? No, this year I almost made it through all of April 1st without remembering that seven years ago, my dream … Continue reading

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The Fifth Estate: Losing Sight Of The Mission (Movie Review)

A mysterious figure on a mission. Significant intrigue and danger. Globetrotting sets. Are we looking at the fourth Bourne movie? No, it’s the intriguing Wikileaks-based movie by Bill Condon (Gods and Monsters, Chicago, last two Twilight movies), starring Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch (The Hobbit, Star Trek Into Darkness, 12 … Continue reading


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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Resurrected Dreams (II Kings 4:8-35)

My dad preached a sermon several years ago about what love was. He said that love was a relationship that must include God. We say we “loved” a movie or “love” that jersey/sweater, but that love involves people and our … Continue reading

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The Journey So Far: How Grace Is Gonna Get You (2001-2010)

This is part three in my blog series on my “story,” beginning with why I’m a Christian, continuing with why I’m a pastor. If you missed the first (“Why I’m A Christian“) or the second (“How Seminary Ruined My Life … Continue reading

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