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Comment Highlights for week of January 23, 2011

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Comment Highlights for week of January 23, 2011

As I mentioned in the first post in this series, I want to highlight some of the comments that have been left on my blog posts during the past week. Hopefully, this will give more visibility to some of the reasons that I love blogging – dialog and interaction.

Miguel from “Making Disciples” brings up a good point in his comment on my post “Simple Church and Global Missions.” He writes:

As a full time missionary in the Cloud Forest Region of Ecuador, I have only had the pleasure of working with one “house church” group. The hundreds of others that have come to help with the harvest have been from larger and more organized groups.

I have found that the reasons for that have predominately been philosophical rather than economical. I think it is changing now though.

Mike from “So I’m Color Blind” wrote what I think is his first comment on my blog last week on my post “They don’t know who they are.” Here is part of his comment:

First, God see us as holy…no matter what or how we see ourselves. If we saw that same aspect in everyone we met I can assure you that we would treat each other entirely differently than we do. Secondly, we do not understand and underestimate the power of the Holy Spirit indwelling within us. Once we get that…a lot changes with us.

Eric from “A Pilgrim’s Progress” asks a good question in his comment on my post “‘I love you’… See! That proves it.” He wrote:

[W]e know there is a direct connection between love and servanthood. There is also a connection between servanthood and leadership. So, do you see a connection between love and leadership?

Thanks for these and other great comments! Keep ‘em coming!