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Stewarding the Beatitudes – #6 Blessed Are Those Who Are Persecuted

Feb 16, 2024 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | February 16, 2024 This is the last in our six-part series looking at the Beatitudes through the lens of our steward theology. Our premise is that the blessed or happy life Jesus is announcing comes through the fully surrendered life of the steward. Each Beatitude ... read on


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Stewarding the Beatitudes – #5 Blessed Are The Peacemakers

Feb 9, 2024 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | February 8, 2024 We are in a six-part series looking at the Beatitudes through the lens of our steward theology. Our premise is that the blessed or happy life Jesus is announcing comes through the fully surrendered life of the steward. Each Beatitude depicts an ... read on


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Stewarding the Beatitudes – #4 Blessed Are The Pure in Heart

Feb 1, 2024 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | February 1, 2024 We are in a six-part series looking at the Beatitudes through the lens of our steward theology. Our premise is that the blessed or happy life Jesus is announcing comes through the fully surrendered life of the steward. Each Beatitude depicts an ... read on


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Stewarding the Beatitudes – #3 Blessed Are Those Who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness

Jan 26, 2024 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | January 26, 2024 We are in a six-part series looking at the Beatitudes through the lens of our steward theology. Our premise is that the blessed or happy life Jesus is announcing comes through the fully surrendered life of the steward. Each Beatitude depicts an ... read on


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Stewarding the Beatitudes – #2 Blessed Are Those Who Mourn

Jan 19, 2024 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | January 19, 2024 We are in a six-part series looking at the Beatitudes through the lens of our steward theology. Our premise is that the blessed or happy life Jesus is announcing comes through the fully surrendered life of the steward. Each Beatitude depicts an ... read on


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Stewarding the Beatitudes

Jan 12, 2024 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | January 12, 2024 Since Thanksgiving, my devotional time has featured reading through the book of Matthew. That was a wonderful choice that had me relishing the story of the wise men around Christmas, John the Baptist preparing the way and Jesus withstanding temptation at the ... read on


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A New Year’s Challenge – Start 2024 with a Sieve

Jan 1, 2024 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | January 1, 2024 In 2019, my novel, The Four Gifts of the King, was published. Like most novels, the novel has a meta-narrative – a big story to tell. Every person in the book has a part in telling that story. No one is superfluous. No ... read on


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The Speed of Darkness – A Christmas Blog

Dec 25, 2023 | By Dr. Scott Rodin | December 25, 2023 A Christmas blog about darkness? Really? Let me explain. Jesus was born in the physical darkness of a stable. He came into a social darkness of poverty, oppression, and fear. He entered a politically dark culture under cruel Roman rule. His first ... read on