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Myths and Misconceptions about Forgiveness

”If You, Lord, should mark iniquities, O Lord, who could stand? But there is forgiveness with You, that You may be feared.” (1)

Does God expect me to forgive the person who plotted and killed my son and former husband? 722 more words


A Thief in the Night

Have you ever had something stolen from you? It is a unique feeling that only occurs when this event takes place. When I was a youth pastor in Florida, my wife and I lived in an apartment complex only a few miles away from the church.   730 more words

Ministry Sauce

Heart (Almost) on my Sleeve

I had jury duty this week. The courtroom was even more cold than my desk at work. My favorite warm sweater still had ink on it. 137 more words

Small Moments

How I introduce myself these days

So after my student introduce himself/herself to me, this is what usually transpires:

Student: Tutor, I want to know something about you.

Me: Oh, about me? 109 more words


Planning and dream building

Last night I re-discovered a folder on my computer that I’d created whilst I spent the weekend away last year. In it I’d created three documents: 294 more words


Day 4: Zero Waste Week 2014

Yesterday’s post got me thinking about creating a sustainable, delicious and temping packed lunch.  Although it tied in nicely with my theme of low effort/high impact actions (a bit of mere… 725 more words

Zero Waste Week

I Lose You Everyday

I lose you everyday-
As I awaken to quiet mornings;
As I stare upon the empty lake.
As I utter the last words spoken;
As I reminisce our golden days. 105 more words