Category Archives: My Life

I Have Been the Nine

In Luke 17:11-19 Jesus healed ten lepers–people suffering from an unexplainable and very serious skin disease. A leper was marginalized and ostracized from society. Once diagnosed with this terrible disease, he or she was forced to leave their entire life … Continue reading

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A Psalm for Today

I hear it in the news, from the Internet, in the neighborhoods, and in the city streets. I try to cover my ears, but the groaning is all around us. The pain. The cries. The violence. The sighs. The sickness. … Continue reading

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Living life in the declarative

As you survey Christian history (or any movement in history promoting philosophical or social change) you might discover a seemingly “all-or-nothing” posture towards the christian faith.  Whether the motive was God-honoring or self-honoring, people were sold out to what they … Continue reading

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A prayer for those who love God and love others

This is a prayer I prayed this morning as a man desperately trying to love his family well while I learn how to love God and others well.  It is an adaptation from a prayer offered in a great book … Continue reading

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Tangible Hope for Tangible Hurts

First off, thank you so much to everyone who have been praying for our sweet boy Ian.  For those who do not know, over the last two months he has dealt with ear infections, the flu, bronchitis, and now a … Continue reading

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My Reasons For and Against this Blog

I’ve debated for many months as to whether I should start a blog for several reasons.  The reasons are still very much a part of my hesitation.  With that said, here they are: 1.  Not That Important: I genuinely do … Continue reading

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