The Blog for Act Five by Redeemer

Lena Scholman

Jazz in the Background

dangling in the cozy cocoon of Blake Street, the same impetus guides us to faithfully recall what God has done.

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Under Their Own Oak Tree

Even if you are jet-lagged, as we certainly were, the hint of warning in his southern baritone made us sit up a little straighter. Who were these people?

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Fat Bikes and Food Lines

Gordon T. Smith argues that to participate in God’s work equals deep joy. Act Five doesn’t exist to fill students with joy, as though they were empty vessels, but a huge part of our raison d’être is to engage with the questions.

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Familiarity Breeds

“Familiarity breeds contempt.” This proverb, attributed to Aesop’s fable The Fox and the Lion, while possibly true for wild animals, has not proven to be the case for our students at Blake Street.

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