random musings (the most over-used phrase in the blogosphere)

I’d encourage you to follow the conversations going on over at Atheist Revolution, specifically on the post titled, “Few ‘christians’ Act like Christians.” Also, feel free to continue the conversation on the post below this one. But time is money, people — we here at HarvestBoston need to move on with some fresh (and refreshingly random) material.

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Matt Friedeman of Agape Press correctly reminds us that bigger churches may not always be more influencial, while another author uncovers what he calls “The Mega-Church Myth”.

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Christianity Today, which (IMHO) is becoming one of the more thoughtful and progressive Jesus publications out there today, throws monasticism/neo-monasticism a bone as a “proven method” for spiritual formation.

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Still jobless and begging God to teach me how to trust Him more, I was comforted/shaken to the core by John 6:25-59 yesterday. Yikes, Lord — Increase my faith.

In a related story, I have a job interview on Wednesday. (of which I was notified not 30 minutes after submitting my life once again to God in trust and asking Him to teach me to trust…) Prayers at 1 p.m. EST on Wednesday would be much appreciated.

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Curious about where we live? Read this descriptive feature story about East Boston — aka “Eastie.” After reading this, you’ll understand why we’re excited about living where we live.

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Speaking of Eastie, allow me to introduce you to our new friends, Matt and Pam. They are the Christ-followers who live in East Boston and who approached us at the Italian Festival a few weeks ago, and with whom we have now eaten blondies (light colored brownies), played a rousing game of bball (in which they beat us by 1, behind the come-from-behind heroics of 5-3 [?] shooting guard, Pam), and eaten a wonderful, spontaneous pasta meal. Oh, and we prayed together also, and were surprised to find that we pray almost the same way (without levitation or high-pitched squeals). They are a blessing from God, and we are excited to see what God has in store for our relationship and for East Boston.

(Another coinki-dink: Matt’s little bro is in a band, too — just like mine. His music sounds awesome. You should check out some of their songs on their mySpace or look at their pretty Web site.)

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Was that random enough for ya?

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