August 2019 – Jeremy Austill

Month: August 2019

  • Sacred : set apart for the service or worship of a deity Secular : relating to the worldly / temporal; not overly / specifically religious Profane : not holy, impure, defiled; to treat somethingg sacred with abuse Within a matter of hours, two different thoughts found their way into my world. One from
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  • Sometimes oceans split and we walk right through… Sometimes we scale majestic mountains and gain a breathtaking view… Sometimes the Lord does a miracle before our eyes… Sometimes we have to strain to attain new highs… Both require faith… Neither the lesser. Faith is tricky.
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  • My son loves watching movies. This past weekend we spent approximately six hours driving for a preaching engagement. He sat in the back seat glued to his DVD player the entire drive. He is perfectly fine watching a movie for the 12th time. He is also a pretty literal kid who likes things clearly defined
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  • I have taken in the beauty of fall foliage adorning the mist covered mountains.Splashed in the power of an unending oceanDug my toes into snow white sand bordering emerald waters.Walked through fields of dew drenched wild flowers.Surveyed the undulation of the earth as it dips into valleys. Lord, it’s
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  • A planted flag is symbolic of territory possessed. Through the ages, to take possession required something of those longing for expansion… GRIT Blood, sweat and tears accompany acquisition. Taking hold of that which is available demands that one summons a prerequisite measure of toughness. Tenacity,
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  • You can read part 1 of this blog at “8 Lessons From a Failed Church Planter (pt. 1)” From 2008-2011 we planted and pastored a church. That church (organizationally speaking) does not exist today. In essence, I failed, but I learned so much and my heart was changed. I received new perspective.
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  • From 2008-2011 we planted and pastored a church. That church (organizationally speaking) does not exist today. In essence, I failed, but I learned so much and my heart was changed. I have quite a few friends who are church planters (many of whom have actually been quite successful). Usually, when taking
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  • It happened. The summer ended. I state the following with a degree of caution. My wife was an educator for twelve years, so I respect educators, academic administrators, and the entire educational process… But… I hate school. Some people love school. They love the social dynamic, the
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