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Intuition || Endings Are Beginnings

If the road you are walking doesn’t have your name on it, you are in a bad neighborhood. - Alison Nappi

I saw this tweet last week and it literally jumped off the screen at me.   367 more words


Radiant - Jeremiah 31:11-12

“For the LORD has ransomed Jacob
and has redeemed him from hands too strong for him.
They shall come and sing aloud on the height of Zion, 873 more words


Brotherly Love?

My brother is older than me; much older…yeah he is 10 years older. My Mom always says “something happened at 35 and your Dad got a lot cuter (wink wink (her)…GROSS! 259 more words


Give it Up: Lent 2 (Praying the "My Father")

Give Up Praying the “My Father”

Your relationship to God depends on it. 

If you’ve ever been around a Christian Church of any stripe: Catholic to Pentecostal, Baptist to Orthodox –  you’ve heard the… 929 more words


My painful truth....

Trying to articulate something painful is difficult.  But I will give it a go.  After all, isn’t this the purpose of a blog?

Sadly, this is my pain that I confront on a daily basis.  529 more words

God's Grace and Glory (2015)

So even to old age and gray hairs, O God, do not forsake me,
until I proclaim your might to another generation, your power to all those to come.”
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Will the Real Jesus Please Stand up?

In a recent post (“I believe in One God”), I reflected on the “tightrope walk of faith” and the depth and nature of our faith in God—what we really mean when we say profess the first article of faith in the Creed: “I believe in One God, the Father almighty, Creator of heaven and earth.” In the conclusion of that post, I included these ominous words from of Jesus: “On that day, many will say to me ‘Lord, Lord…and then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you, depart from me, you evildoers.” (Matthew 7:22-23) It’s clear from Jesus’ own words that this “tightrope walk of faith” is serious business. 1,878 more words