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I Go A Fishing: Part 3

To read the previous posts in this series, click here : Part 1, Part 2

The Deviation

Deviating from the original call of God for our lives is very easy. 263 more words

Inspiring Messages

I've been lost

I’ve been lost

miserable

and utter

shallow

hopeless

with fading lights inside.

Yet, You are here

Saviour

and friend

absolute

true

honest

with eternal light. 40 more words

God

Skip

I’ve said it before. It’s one thing to have your brain believe something. It’s another level of belief and appreciation to have your gut believe it. 3,193 more words

Career Change

GOAT Debates, Stupidity, and a Theological Connection

A few posts back I pointed out that I rarely write on purely political issues. I never write on sports related topics, because this is a blog on issues related to theology, and also because so few people share my brilliance in sports conversations that it would be embarrassing if I did so (joke!). 1,308 more words

Self Evaluation

Emphasizing life; What it means to slow down.

I learn that slowing down doesn’t necessarily means that you’ll be left, that everyone who never slow down will always further than you. No, it is not. 480 more words

Personal

In Defense of the Pharisees (Sort of)

In my post entitled “No Strength to Answer” I wrote a paragraph the gist of which was that the Pharisees were in a better position to defend their view of the Sabbath than we are to defend some of our cherished traditions. 812 more words

Hermeneutics

End of school year self-evaluation

As part of my reflection as an educator in the classroom, I always like to administer a questionnaire to find out what my students thought of my teaching performance. 237 more words

Tech Tools In The Classroom