“Love Wins” a new book by Rob Bell

Just saw a preview this morning of Rob Bell’s latest book that is coming out later this month. Needless to say, I’m intrigued and looking forward to it. Here is a video that a friend shared with me with a preview of it. What do you think?? 🙂

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About Pastor Craig Schweitzer

I like to think of myself as a pretty easy going person who seeks to daily discover anew how God is present in my life and in the world in which I live and serve. I am a husband, father, brother, son, friend, pastor, and maybe most significantly – a child of God! My beautiful spouse Wendy and I live in Bismarck, ND with our twin daughters, Ilia and Taegan and our crazy dogs Henri & Sadie. I’ve serve on the staff of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Bismarck, ND since July 2001. I was first called to serve as Music & Worship Minister, in 2010 was called to serve as Pastor of Worship and Youth Education, and in January 2014 was called to serve as Senior Pastor. My professional background is a diverse collection of musical and educational experiences that ranges from live concert production and promotion to recording studios, and live performance to music education. Prior to joining Good Shepherd, I was an Instructor of Music at Bismarck State College and owned and operated a successful teaching studio called 6x6 Guitar Studio. I am a graduate of the University of Mary in Bismarck and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA and was ordained to the Ministry of Word and Sacrament in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in September 2010. Outside of Good Shepherd, I enjoy hanging out with my family and friends, reading, listening or playing any and all music, a relaxing round of golf, or spending some quiet time with God. View all posts by Pastor Craig Schweitzer

4 responses to ““Love Wins” a new book by Rob Bell

  • Vada

    Sounds like something I ‘d really like to see in the church library when it comes out. WOW , what a message !! Vada

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  • Gail

    Very interesting. It made me think about some random comments I remember. Pastor G.G. would say that he didn’t have to explain all the rules. “I’m in sales, not management,” he’d say. Pastor Scott once suggested it could be that we’re all at a big airport going to the same destination, but we’re taking different flights. The readings from Matthew have made me think about how much we want to make the rules and understand the rules and keep some kind of control or security. Jesus turns the rules upside down, and reminds us that our human logic isn’t going to win the day.

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