Monthly Archives: July 2012

On Jesus meeting us in our place of need

Just really grateful to Rachel Held Evans for this post, written by a funeral director, that says it all far better than I did. It seemed that Jesus used this post to give me a loving hug just when I needed … Continue reading

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On restoring and being restored

So I restored the post. Not because I am standing here in my defiance, raising my fist, saying, “This is my blog and it’s my right!” My rights are all at the feet of Jesus. No, I am restoring it because … Continue reading

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On misperception and what’s saving my life

This post serves a dual purpose. I’m answering Sarah Bessey’s question, “What is saving your life right now?” and responding to my own action of deleting my “Don’t blog angry” post from earlier this week. For those who might remember, … Continue reading

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On hope and indifference

A village in Senegal

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On King Arthur and not believing in God

Today I realized that my single biggest problem is, I don’t really believe in God. Oh, I believe He’s there. But do I believe that He really cares about me, that He intervenes in my life, that He brings change … Continue reading

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On reimagining prayer, part 3

I’m wrapping up my thoughts today over at Godspace. I’d love to hear your feedback! : )

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On reimagining prayer, part 2

I’m over at Godspace again today, with more on prayer. Won’t you join me there? : )

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