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Faith and Faithfulness

Monday I spent some time with a close friend who is in ICU recovering from surgery on his spine. The doctors removed a very fast growing cancer and reinforced his spine with screws to avoid a paralyzing fracture. During our … Continue reading

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In Jesus’ Name

Quite often I’ve encountered the confusion and disillusionment people express over “unanswered” prayer. The instances range anywhere from requests for employment, the sale of a house, the healing of a loved one, the kicking of a habit…you name it. After … Continue reading

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Processing Purpose

Many years ago I had a mentor that could upset my paradigm with one sentence. One  statement she made has stuck with me ever since, and to my chagrin, has proved to be spot on, as my British friends would … Continue reading

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A Voice in the Dark

I wrote a week ago about walking in the dark. Seasons where I don’t seem to hear much from Father and feel rather unproductive and clueless regarding the future tend to visit on a regular cycle of some kind. But … Continue reading

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Through a Child’s Eyes

Recently I’ve been organizing thoughts, people, places and
events for a book about life adventures outside the confines of religion. Continue reading

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Through Children’s Eyes

When I was a kid my favorite time of year was summer vacation. That’s when the old army tent and sleeping bags were thrown in the back of our 1949 “Woody” station wagon along with an ice chest as we … Continue reading

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FYI, God’s still God

Recently the Holy Spirit has stirred some things up in our (wife and me) lives that had been laying dormant since our days back in the institutional Church. What the stirring revealed wasn’t pretty. In fact I got a little … Continue reading

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The Best of Times

From the beginning of 2008 “change” has been the word that many of us believed we had heard from Father for this season. The change that has been anticipated was not limited to politics or the direction in which this … Continue reading

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