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The Place of the Lion in C.S. Lewis’ Fiction

A couple of years ago, I had the pleasure of being a guest blogger for The Oddest Inkling in a series on Charles Williams’ The Place of the Lion… 1,784 more words

C.S. Lewis

Hearing and Doing

7:24 “Everyone 27  who hears these words of mine and does them is like 28  a wise man 29  who built his house on rock. 7:25 The rain fell, the flood…

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George MacDonald

MacDonald's Demons

Life is dangerous. So is writing. The danger isn’t simply out there, but in here. Inside of me. 525 more words

Spiritual Formation

Unedited Mother's Day Aches

I walk through the trail of clothes all over my bedroom floor. They lie scattered all over my side of the room like the refuse of some war torn neighborhood. 905 more words


Worshipping the Wrong Thing?

George MacDonald has written about how many Christians end up worshipping a tradition rather than worshipping God.  I’ve found this true in my life, as I’ve observed people going to church religiously every weekend, no matter where they are, no matter what the circumstance.  482 more words


The Day Boy And The Night Girl

Oh, sweetest sorrow
The girl with moonlit eyes,
Set my head upon your lap,
Lay me to rest till sun should rise
This creeping darkness, 231 more words


the mother's hand

This sonnet captured my heart last Friday. In my comments I’m imagining what George MacDonald might  have heard and seen in his mind’s eye as he wrote. 510 more words

Spiritual Formation