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It calls me

If you have not had a chance to see Moana, the latest Disney movie that came out not too long ago, you might want to put it on your list. 1,216 more words


Christianese - a 'mixed blessing'

Although you might not have heard the term ‘Christianese’ before, you can probably guess what it refers to. The word is defined on Urban Dictionary as “A communicable language within the Christian subculture with words and phrases created, redefined, and/or patened that applies only to the Christian sphere of influence.” Arguably, Christianese can be divided into two types. 516 more words


let me lament.

Yes, I know that Jesus is sovereign. Yes, I believe that Jesus is my true King. Yes, I believe that no evil of this world can touch the hope I have. 189 more words

My Heart

play the game (for "Rochelle")

How am I supposed to live without you
How am I supposed to carry on
When all that I’ve been livin’ for is gone

Rochelle angrily pounded the space bar, forcing the YouTube clip to stop Michael Bolton’s crooning.

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Thursdays With Oswald—Get Rid Of Jargon!

This is a weekly series with things I’m reading and pondering from Oswald Chambers. You can read the original seed thought here, or type “Thursdays With Oswald” in the search box to read more entries. 515 more words

The Reason for Your Life Story

“I’ll pray a hedge of protection around you because I’m pretty sure you’re on a slippery slope. I might go as far as loving on you through this season. 634 more words

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The One Christian Cliché I've Tossed for Good

Thees and Thous.

Hedge of protection.

Traveling mercies.

Let go and let God.

So many odd phrases pepper our western Christian culture. Some are rooted in Bible and some have been twisted over time. 629 more words