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Union with the Father...

…it’s the thing most Christians try to avoid.

My study time this morning.  There are sooooo many places I could go with what I’ve read in the last 20 minutes. 540 more words


Leaning into the Risk of Motherhood

I can remember when I used to be an advocate for early demise. My fondest hope was to fulfill the biblical quotient for old age as well as I could, and then to exit stage left with as little drama as possible to make room for the next wave. 958 more words

Book Review

A Book You Should Read: Amy L. Sherman’s Kingdom Calling

Any church is an outpost of the Kingdom of God. There is the mission of the church, expressed in terms of what it does together as a congregation. 459 more words


New Studies in Biblical Theology

Yesterday, I reviewed W. Ross Blackburn’s The God Who Makes Himself Known. This is one of forty-four volumes currently in the New Studies in Biblical Theology… 567 more words

On Books

My Next Book and Surprises

Dear Friends,

I know that I have been away for some time and it looks like I may have abandoned the idea of writing or have forgotten about you. 600 more words

Natasha's Study


It is always nice to be on a list. To be on this Top 10 Writers Shaping our Movement is a true honor.

I am blown away to be listed among my admirers such as Brian McLaren, Rev. 1,295 more words


The Pain of Labor and the Birth of Hope: a ★★★★★ book review

Pain marks our journeys. Pain is borne alone. 

Rachel Marie Stone is an English teacher and the celebrated author of Eat with Joy (IVP, 2013), the 40th Anniversary edition of the  587 more words