My job is not to be right;

my job is to be in Christ.

. . . . . 

We can't argue about the truth of Jesus.

We can argue about the truth of the language we use about Jesus,

but Jesus transcends our explanations of Him. 

. . . . . 

We don't want to trade our Adventist distinctiveness for generic Christianity;

what we'd very much like to do, however, is to trade a self-centered Adventism for a Christ-centered Adventism. 

. . . . . 

These are some of the thought-gems from two great days I spent in Atlanta at a gathering for

the One Project

, a movement to celebrate (and encourage) the supremacy of Jesus. One hundred seventy people gathered together to worship, converse, and re-consecrate themselves to live with Jesus as All, and leaving to be change-agents within the Seventh-day Adventist denomination. It was powerful. 

You probably weren't there, which is a shame. But Joshua and I are already registered for

Seattle 2012.

We'd love see to you there. 

Jesus. All.

Nothing more, nothing less, nothing else.