Author Archives: Clay Stauffer



Clay Stauffer

Coming to Terms with Our Age of Spirituality
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Coming to Terms with Our Age of Spirituality

Retired Harvard theologian Harvey Cox has observed that at some point in the middle of the twentieth century, Christianity began its gradual transition into what he calls the “Age of the Spirit.” However, it is...

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February 11, 2019
Turning Tragedy into Opportunity
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Turning Tragedy into Opportunity

Blake McMeans grew up in Knoxville, TN and was one of the top recruited tennis players in the nation.  He was smart, driven, good looking, and was absolutely dominant on the tennis court, winning tournament...

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January 28, 2019
Self-reflection at year's end
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Self-reflection at year’s end

The end of a year is a reminder that time moves forward and presses on whether we are ready or not. Change is the only constant. Christmas has come and gone. Trees and decorations are coming down. Everything is...

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December 31, 2018
Letting Christmas Come Alive
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Letting Christmas Come Alive

A number of years ago, there was an old tenured professor at Harvard Divinity School who was being subjected to considerable ridicule because of his belief in the virgin birth of Jesus. One day, one...

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December 18, 2018
Catching The Vision!
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Catching The Vision!

The leadership of Woodmont has rolled out a vision for the future. It is a bold vision and one that looks down the road to future generations. I am reminded of a minister I once...

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October 14, 2018
Christians, Hypocrisy, and the Kingdom of God
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Christians, Hypocrisy, and the Kingdom of God

In conversations that I have had over the years with those who are not Christian or who might call themselves disengaged or disillusioned Christians, the subject of hypocrisy often arises. How can Christians say they...

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September 18, 2018
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