The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by coco » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:22 am

Irish-Dane wrote:After we left breakfast, I realized we never got a picture of us. Now no one will ever believe it happened.
I don't.
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by jruegg » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:22 am

coco wrote:
Irish-Dane wrote:After we left breakfast, I realized we never got a picture of us. Now no one will ever believe it happened.
I don't.
Who cares what you think?
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Post by coco » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:24 am

jruegg wrote:I’m pretty pumped about worship....
I'm going to go hear the greatest Christian orator of our generation this morning.

He has a nickname. Like Chrysostom was called "Goldenmouth," this guy is called "JEM."
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by Irish-Dane » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:25 am

This is around the corner from your house, if that counts.

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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by jruegg » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:26 am

Irish-Dane wrote:This is around the corner from your house, if that counts.

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When did you get a picture of that? :D
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Post by jruegg » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:28 am

coco wrote:
jruegg wrote:I’m pretty pumped about worship....
I'm going to go hear the greatest Christian orator of our generation this morning.

He has a nickname. Like Chrysostom was called "Goldenmouth," this guy is called "JEM."
PREACH IT, SISTER!

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Post by Irish-Dane » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:29 am

We drove back out towards your place before heading out of town. I love Simon Kenton, so I had to have this picture. We actually passed you and Nancy going home.
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by jruegg » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:31 am

Irish-Dane wrote:We drove back out towards your place before heading out of town. I love Simon Kenton, so I had to have this picture. We actually passed you and Nancy going home.
You crazy kids.
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Post by Irish-Dane » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:35 am

jruegg wrote:
Irish-Dane wrote:We drove back out towards your place before heading out of town. I love Simon Kenton, so I had to have this picture. We actually passed you and Nancy going home.
You crazy kids.
Well, one of us anyway.
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by Irish-Dane » Sun Jun 29, 2014 5:35 am

What are teaching on today?
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by jruegg » Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:13 am

Irish-Dane wrote:What are teaching on today?
Romans 6:12-23

TITLED: "The Gospel According to American Maxims"
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by coco » Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:28 am

jruegg wrote:
Irish-Dane wrote:What are teaching on today?
Romans 6:12-23

TITLED: "The Gospel According to American Maxims"
Are you youtubing any of these?
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by jruegg » Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:43 am

coco wrote:
jruegg wrote:
Irish-Dane wrote:What are teaching on today?
Romans 6:12-23

TITLED: "The Gospel According to American Maxims"
Are you youtubing any of these?
No.

"We can not rebuild him. We do not have the technology."


The main point of this sermon:

Happy July 4th! You're Free!!!! (just not in the way you think or have been taught)
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by coco » Sun Jun 29, 2014 7:01 am

jruegg wrote:
coco wrote:
jruegg wrote:
Irish-Dane wrote:What are teaching on today?
Romans 6:12-23

TITLED: "The Gospel According to American Maxims"
Are you youtubing any of these?
No.

"We can not rebuild him. We do not have the technology."


The main point of this sermon:

Happy July 4th! You're Free!!!! (just not in the way you think or have been taught)
You need to. All you would have to do is set your phone on the pulpit and hit record. Plus, that way we could look up your nose while you preach.

In my opinion, good application often involves deep cultural analysis. This sounds like it would be a good one.
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by jruegg » Sun Jun 29, 2014 11:16 am

coco wrote:
jruegg wrote:
coco wrote:
jruegg wrote:
Irish-Dane wrote:What are teaching on today?
Romans 6:12-23

TITLED: "The Gospel According to American Maxims"
Are you youtubing any of these?
No.

"We can not rebuild him. We do not have the technology."


The main point of this sermon:

Happy July 4th! You're Free!!!! (just not in the way you think or have been taught)
You need to. All you would have to do is set your phone on the pulpit and hit record. Plus, that way we could look up your nose while you preach.

In my opinion, good application often involves deep cultural analysis. This sounds like it would be a good one.
You can always tell a good sermon from a great sermon. When I give a good sermon, people often let me know while walking in the "hand-shake" line. When I give a great sermon, they barely speak let alone give me eye contact.

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Post by coco » Sun Jun 29, 2014 3:49 pm

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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by John-Boy » Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:25 pm

coco wrote:Image
A highpoint in CPS history.
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by jruegg » Sun Jun 29, 2014 7:57 pm

John-Boy wrote:
coco wrote:Image
A highpoint in CPS history.
The tops of the ends of the pews look like little coffins. 8O
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by JMG » Sun Jun 29, 2014 10:37 pm

Coco being there was a little more than intinidating. He was gracious enough not to throw rotten food at me.
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Re: The Irish-Dane & jruegg Sunday Morning Chat Thread!

Post by gravel » Sun Jun 29, 2014 11:00 pm

JMG wrote:Coco being there was a little more than intinidating. He was gracious enough not to throw rotten food at me.
he got hungry

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