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Christians love their false dilemmas

The past couple of days I have been debating with a commenter about the nature of morality.  Neither of us seemed to be productive in our arguments with one another, but one thing really struck me as odd. 402 more words

Christianity

Kingdoms are Colliding but You Have to Pick a Side

I have a post on Facebook that has been converted into a boosted post which is, in effect, an advertisement. It pushes the message of the post out further than the immediate circle of friends that are connected to me. 367 more words

Perspective

Complain: When Provision Looks Different Than We Expected

+Jeanne Takenaka @JeanneTakenaka

The other day, I was reading in Numbers 11 . You may know the story . . . the one about how the Israelites were tired of manna. 496 more words

Jeanne Takenaka

A Heart for Greatness

One of the things we’re talking about this month is having heart.  I believe that having heart is something that applies to all our lives, whether we’re the CEO or homeless on the streets, whether we have lots of people we call “family” or we’re on our own, or whether we’ve got a degree from Harvard or from Life.  283 more words

Attitude

On the year of OPEN

Let it be known that today, finally, after at least a year and a half of reading tiny chunks at a time on the bus, I finished reading  777 more words

Perspective

Learning to Love-Introduction

There’s really nothing quite like being in love, is there? Being loved, and loving, builds us in ways that nothing else can.

     We live in a culture where love has been lifted up to the highest pinnacle of experience…, and then we complicate it with sex, romance, and shattered relationships. 380 more words

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