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Christmas

Christmas and the Narrowing of Love

Paul E. Miller | December 11, 2020

One of the things that makes Christmas so amazing every year is that you never really understood it last year. The idea of God becoming a person, a little baby, is so immense that we can’t ever wrap our minds around it.

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Prayer

There's Never Been a Better Time to Pray Together

Paul E. Miller | December 1, 2020

As our world slips more deeply into suffering, it's never been clearer that we need to pray. But for many people corporate prayer is a distant memory. What does a prayer meeting look like? How long should it be? What's the flow? It's just a big unknown. With that in mind, here's a glimpse of my Monday morning prayer times, first with my wife Jill, then Kim, and then our staff. Each is remarkably different.

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Culture, Jesus

Jesus and Tribalism

Paul E. Miller | September 10, 2020

America is infected with tribalism like never before. “What would Jesus do?” seems simplistic, almost trite, but I can’t think of a better time than now to reflect on that question.