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Return to Moldova by bob

October 21st, 2016

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(I really didn’t mean to write this much, but there was so much to share.  Separately I’ll upload some pictures on my Facebook page, but it might not be until Sunday or later.) Return to Moldova – October 16-21, 2016 It’s a very different “mission trip” when you (a) go by yourself and (b) go […]

               The current issue of Christianity Today includes a fascinating article on strategies to help the poor in developing countries.  How would you rank the following in order of effectiveness?  I rearranged the list in alphabetical order the way the strategies appeared in the article.

Thoughts on Revival by bob

June 9th, 2011

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That I was here in Chicago at all for the “National Conversation on Revival” (NCR) is somewhat ironic.  For most of my ministry, I’ve been critical of revival theology.

Replacing Christ by bob

June 7th, 2011

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(National Conversation on Revival, #7.  I’ll post fewer times tomorrow – more like a summary.) Erwin Lutzer, “The Eclipse of Christ in the World and His Church” Martin Luther’s final sermon:  “We have a fine gospel, but men are always trying to improve on it.” 

Prayer and Revival by bob

June 7th, 2011

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(National Conversation on Revival #6) Bob Bakke ·        Senior pastor of Hillside Church in Minneapolis and Executive Director of Global Day of Prayer o   Prayer is our partnership with God in transforming history o   “Without God we cannot.  Without us God will not.”  (Augustine) o   “The rule of the Kingdom is to ask.”  (John Wesley)