New BodyLife Posted

What a crazy weekend! Friday we had a Canadian family come visit and during dinner were hit with a 4.5 magnitude earthquake centered only eight miles away. It was a small jot, but a great amusement park ride without the amusement park hassles. Saturday I put up a new hammock in the backyard and got to share it with my granddaughters whom we were babysitting that night. Then on Sunday we spent a few hours with three new couples who drove 90 miles to come and talk about the journey and what God had been revealing to them. It was real, honest, open sharing. I love that stuff.

I also finished up the next edition of BodyLife. We haven’t had a new one since last June because of my busyness, but hopefully we can get on a better track there. Who knows. The lead article is titled Bait And Switch: Trading the Vibrant Life of Jesus for a Ritualistic Religion Called Christianity.

In addition there is a brief review about a new book on parenting that I’ve been pushing all over the place as well as some wonderful letters from people on this journey, the latest news about Lifestream and my journey as well as an updated travel schedule.

We hope this issue encourages you to keep to the journey God has put before you and draw you into his life and grace.

Enjoy!

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  1. Dave May 4, 2009 at 2:03 pm

    Wayne, thanks for the new Bodylife! Bait and Switch is a most appropriate title for this issue. Keeping a brief, but clear overview on matters concerning Christianity today is important for many of us as we continue to learn to live out of religious performance and into His love. Glad you had some time to bring this to us. Thanks again…

  2. Dave May 4, 2009 at 5:03 pm

    Wayne, thanks for the new Bodylife! Bait and Switch is a most appropriate title for this issue. Keeping a brief, but clear overview on matters concerning Christianity today is important for many of us as we continue to learn to live out of religious performance and into His love. Glad you had some time to bring this to us. Thanks again…

  3. Jonathan Hutton May 4, 2009 at 7:34 pm

    Thanks Wayne for the good thoughts. Thanks for encouraging me to live free from religion wherever I find myself… and for now for me it is still within a community that has components of religion, yet many members that are free. It’s all to complicated for me when I try to figure it out, and judge all the good and the bad… and I don’t think that is my role. I feel my role is to live in unity and love despite differences in beliefs and priorities. Anyways, thanks again for the encouragement!
    God bless!

  4. Jonathan Hutton May 4, 2009 at 10:34 pm

    Thanks Wayne for the good thoughts. Thanks for encouraging me to live free from religion wherever I find myself… and for now for me it is still within a community that has components of religion, yet many members that are free. It’s all to complicated for me when I try to figure it out, and judge all the good and the bad… and I don’t think that is my role. I feel my role is to live in unity and love despite differences in beliefs and priorities. Anyways, thanks again for the encouragement!
    God bless!

  5. Ben May 7, 2009 at 9:33 am

    Wayne,
    Thank you so much for promoting an amazing book! I heard about it here and my wife and I devoured it and have since shown it to my parents and our pastors. And I am re-reading it again now. We appreciate the love-based approach to parenting. This is definitely a huge part of being a “New Covenant” parent that we’ve been looking for. Thanks again!

  6. Ben May 7, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    Wayne,
    Thank you so much for promoting an amazing book! I heard about it here and my wife and I devoured it and have since shown it to my parents and our pastors. And I am re-reading it again now. We appreciate the love-based approach to parenting. This is definitely a huge part of being a “New Covenant” parent that we’ve been looking for. Thanks again!

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