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Mark D. Roberts
August 2009 Archives

Here are a couple of photos from a hike that my wife and I took while on vacation in Montana. The hike was in Flathead National Forest, not far from Swan Lake. It was certainly nice of somebody to string […]

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Part 11 of series: What is the Christian Life? Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series In my last post in this series I began to examine several common ideas of the Christian life and their relationship to […]

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Part 10 of series: What is the Christian Life? Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series So far in this series, I have been exploring the idea that the Christian life is, essentially, intimate fellowship with God and […]

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Part 9 of series: What is the Christian Life? Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series In yesterday’s post I began examining a passage from 1 John that uses the metaphor of walking to talk about how we […]

God Was Still with Joseph READ Genesis 39:7-23 But the LORD was with Joseph in the prison and showed him his faithful love. And the LORD made Joseph a favorite with the prison warden. Genesis 39:21 In the first part […]

My son, Nathan, gets a little “air” while wakeboarding . . . . And then he get a little “air” while tubing . . . .

Part 8 of series: What is the Christian Life? Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series A couple of weeks ago I was working away on a series entitled “What is the Christian Life?” I got about two-thirds […]

Part 6 of series: God Will Wipe Away Our Tears: Grief and the Christian Life Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series So far in this series I have been reflecting on some implications of the fact that, […]

A couple recent vacation pics. My daughter and her friend get a little “air” over Swan Lake, Montana. My son enjoys the spray.

Part 5 of series: God Will Wipe Away Our Tears: Grief and the Christian Life Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series In my last post, I continued to answer the question, 2. What does this [the fact […]

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