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  • Dear God, I Have a Few Complaints

    It’s been Advent for far too long and still we’re praying “How long oh Lord?”

 

 


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  • Dear God, I Have a Few Complaints

    Dear God, I Have a Few Complaints

    Dear God, I have a few complaints. Don’t get me wrong – I like You. I believe in You. Generally speaking, I think You’re doing a decent job at this whole “being the God of the universe” gig. But still, there are a few things that I really just don’t get. …Read More »
  • What Are You Plugged Into Today?

    What Are You Plugged Into Today?

    Today I’m happy to share a guest post from Elora Nicole – a passionate author, artist, and story coach. Make sure you check out The Storytellers, where Elora curates a community for writers and creatives.  _____ There are days spent wallowing in the dried up soil of my creativity. Whether it be for an email …Read More »
  • Do You Read the Bible With Your Conscience?

    Do You Read the Bible With Your Conscience?

    A few months ago, I got to sit at a table with Derek Flood – a guy whose work has helped shape my thinking on difficult aspects of theology for few years now. Derek has a new book out this month called Disarming Scripture, dealing with the problem of violence in Scripture. His book tackles all the …Read More »
  • Rend the Heavens (A Psalm for Advent)

    Rend the Heavens (A Psalm for Advent)

    Oh that you would rend the heavens and come down! (That’s what the church people say on the first sunday of advent) Light a candle and burn it all the way down and yet the darkness remains Oh that you would rend the inky blackness and crash into this ice …Read More »