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Burying A Tear~Seed

          I’m in the business of burying a tear~seed today. Digging and pressing into the soil a small, broken dream, an old hope. I’m not making the resting place just any place. 542 more words


"No More Squinting"

My friend Kacy Latham wrote an interesting article the other day, entitled “No More Squinting.” She’s a good writer, and more often than not, I find myself agreeing with her. 462 more words

Dusty Garison

Along the Pilgrim Way Part 1 Discernment and Conviction

Happy are the people whose strength is in you! whose hearts are set on the pilgrims’ way. Psalm 84: 4

Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.

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Season 3, Episode 3| The Morass of Emergent “Church”, Part 1

Therefore we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard, lest we drift away from it.  Hebrews 2:1

Back in 1900, people who called for women’s suffrage, laws protecting the environment and consumers, an end to lynching, the right of workers to form unions, a progressive income tax, a federal minimum wage, old-age insurance, dismantling of Jim Crow laws, the eight-hour workday, and government-subsidized health care and housing were considered impractical idealists, Utopian dreamers, or dangerous socialists.  900 more words

Women's Study

Women are effective in ministry regardless of critics

Again, following on from the recent article on Christine Caine and women in ministry, it was interesting to recently meet a woman who is boldly declaring the gospel to her peers in a situation so tense that I can’t give full details. 1,256 more words


Balance and Flow – Part 1

Ask most people, and they’ll agree: Enjoying everything in moderation and maintaining balance are fine ideals, though fairly challenging as a daily practice.  As with so much else in life, finding our ideal balance requires both patience and persistence.  422 more words


Five Keys to Peaceful Discernment

Life is complicated, and the course we should follow is rarely presented to us clearly.

It can be difficult to discern just how much we need to stand aside and let God act, and how much we ourselves should be making things happen. 1,000 more words


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