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Spiritual Activism

What sort of activism would you expect from mystics?

There would be the obvious determined respect for Creation; most of you would see that right away. 930 more words


Kiln blog: Moral Complexities


It is a real challenge to stick to a heart-led conviction and wade through the mass of lies. For those of us still learning how to live by divine conviction, seeking to shake off generations of false religious teaching with false moral values, we need a lot of time in prayer and contemplation to catch up. 254 more words



“Ah, how would natural men soar to heaven – upon the pinions of their own merit! The sunbeams of Divine justice will soon melt such weak and wax wings!”

William Secker

Christian Life

Jesus Christ - "I'm counting on your prayers..."

Holy Love Ministry

April 10, 2017

St. Francis de Sales says:

“Praise be to Jesus.”

“Those who do not listen and heed these Messages* do not have regard for their own judgment before God. 444 more words


Lenten Readings: Day 29

Stumbling and Questioning

Paul in today’s second reading from the Daily Office Lectionary continues to struggle with God’s justice. While committed to the idea that God is just, he also is dealing with the idea that God is in control. 1,173 more words


Lenten Readings: Day 28

Is God Just?

So apparently I cannot count. I wrote two blog posts labelled “Day 22” and somehow did not notice. Anyway, today is Day 28! 1,056 more words


The Confident Christian (Psalm 62)

On January 3, I preached a message from Psalm 62 at the chapel service of the Assemblies of God national office. It’s titled “The Confident Christian.”