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Courage in the Ordinary

Have you noticed that words like “extreme” and “revolutionary” have ironically become part of our “ordinary” vocabulary, even in the world of contemporary Christianity? We’re constantly being encouraged to “transform the world,” to pursue “radical discipleship,” or simply to do “big things for Jesus.” But what is the cost of this continual use of superlatives? In this classic episode of White Horse Inn, originally aired in 2013, Michael Horton, Kim Riddlebarger, Rod Rosenbladt, and Ken Jones sit down with Tish Harrison Warren to discuss this issue and point to a recovery of “ordinary discipleship” in a world of hype.


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Liturgy of the Ordinary

By Tish Harrison Warren

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