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Posts by Scott McClellan

  • We Have One King
    eLetter

    We Have One King

    I’m sporting my natty “I Voted Today” sticker right now. I got the deed done early on this election day, and it was no small task for me given the character challenges of both candidates.

  • The Power of Proximity
    eLetter

    The Power of Proximity

    In our second week of the Vision series this past Sunday, I started my message by quoting D.T. Niles when he says, “Christianity is one beggar telling another beggar where he found bread.”

  • A Greater Joy
    eLetter

    A Greater Joy

    All of you who have been going through the Unstuck sermon series these weeks at IBC know that I’ve been comparing the Christian life with Ice Road Truckers, big-rig drivers who bring supplies across frozen lakes to work camps and remote towns.

  • Freedom in Prayer
    eLetter

    Freedom in Prayer

    The most consequential presidential election of my adult life is only 12 weeks away, and up until last week I’ve been wondering if I can take it anymore.

  • A Note from Pastor Andy
    Faith & Belief

    A Note from Pastor Andy

    A note from Pastor Andy in light of the recent tragedy in Dallas.

  • For All to See
    eLetter

    For All to See

    I wrote my last post as a prayer in response to the Orlando terrorist shootings. Sadly, now as I write these words, I’m watching the real time news reports about the Istanbul airport terrorist bombing.