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Back to Everything.

After almost two weeks of being sick, I’m finally back on my feet. I’ve run the last three mornings. Not well, but I’ve run. Sunday, I did a four mile run/walk before church. 348 more words


What’s it take to be intentional?

In our TC4u group last Thursday, we were talking about how the Gospel practically works itself out in specific acts of obedience in our lives. We are no longer slaves to an ‘ought to’ or ‘should do’ mentality.  347 more words


The Night I Left My Cell Phone Behind

Day 20

“Wait! I forgot my phone!” I said as we headed out the back door.

Who can’t relate to the freak out moment of forgetting your cell phone? 808 more words


Sacrificing your kids on the altar of missions?

What’s the best thing about having kids?

No, not the cute antics or the learning to speak or walk or the hugs or total undying obedience to your every whim (ok I made that part up)… 1,012 more words


Readings - A Quick Overview of Peter-Paul Verbreek

Cyborg intentionality: Rethinking the phenomenology of human-technology relations.

Giving us a lot to think about this reading analyses and investigates the philosophy of technology and the types of ‘intentionality’ involved in human-technology relations’. 299 more words

Week Nine: Connection! Connection!

This year, I started my regular tenth grade class out with Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger. And for the most part, it’s been a fairly frustrating ride. 809 more words

Are They Really Saved?

Someone said to me recently (not an exact quote), “I want to make sure my children are really saved before they are baptized,” and this comment got me to thinking . 1,126 more words