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I write on all sorts of topics such as Celebration & Wonder, Community & Discipleship, Intimacy with Christ, and Redemption & Grace. I share my random thoughts in Miscellaneous Musings.

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The Trickle Down of Grace

The Trickle Down of Grace

Slinking into the rocking chair, I let the spine fall open on my well-worn Bible, like an invitation into Majesty.  I glance down at the page, and my eyes fall on a bold red rectangle, squaring off words.  1 Corinthians 12:22-26, to be exact.  Leaning over the...

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Legacy in the Wake

Legacy in the Wake

My dear friend, Missy, was unabashedly weeping as she spoke of her precious mother. She told me how her mom doesn't bemoan the future while she watches her husband's lungs fill with scars, knowing she is sojourning into the path of a widow. Instead, she is living in...

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Discipleship Is Not Condescending.

Discipleship Is Not Condescending.

I once knew a family who thought of people like investments. They would "pour their lives out" for others, but didn't know how to just be-friend them. It never felt safe or genuine with them. There were others in my life, however, who nourished me in every way...

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America: Jonah or Nahum?

It appears as though we are watching, in real time, the collapse of America the Great. It's easy to read that as a political statement, and although we can see the unseen war of the heavenlies playing out on the battlefield of earth, this is not intended to be taken...

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Accepting My “Inadequacy”

It seems silly, on Good Friday, to tell you about someone who is neither Jesus, nor any of the posse of hooligans who followed Him around a couple thousand years ago. Instead, I am going to tell you about a modern day disciple. My friend, Beth. Many of you may know...

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Aurora Borealis

Standing outside, encircled with snow mounds, bundled in a down jacket and wool pants, hands stuffed deep to stave off the burning cold, I stared wild-eyed at the sky above, watching clouds-made-of-light dance in a spectrum of colors.  Mostly green. ...

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