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Strangers in this world...

1 Peter 2:9-17
But you are a special people, a holy nation, priests and kings, a people given up completely to God, so that you may make clear the virtues of him who took you out of the dark into the light of heaven.

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Orf & AI

Earlier in the month we discovered by chance that some of the sheep had got Orf. It was one of the better days this August and we were out checking the flock, when we noticed that one of them had got tangled up in some bright orange bailer twine. 1,010 more words


The Role Robin Williams Couldn't Play: Biblical Counsel for Depression

Monday evening, while I sat outside grilling and watching my children play in the yard, my phone alerted me with the familiar sound of an incoming news story. 844 more words


Why Would God Remove the Peace of His People?

In Α  Lifting  Up for the Downcast, William Bridge considers the question

Why does God permit His own people and dearest children to be thus discouraged, and their peace to be interrupted?

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Biblical Counseling

Homage to Llanwenog

Gail and I recently had a long weekend in Wales. There were a number of highlights, including a trip to Hay-on-Wye to stock up on books of all shapes and sizes; a blood pumping hike up Cader Idris from the top of which one peered through the mist, only occasionally glimpsing the dramatic Welsh countryside; but in an ovine sense the best part was a visit to the parish of Llanwenog. 553 more words


Power Lessons

When power is used the wrong way, it turns inward toward one’s own advantage.  That’s the recipe for corruption in leadership.  Today we see a challenge in the character of King David, who relied on God’s presence and the idea of shepherding to lead Israel… 339 more words

Marc Kinna