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When Jesus Doesn’t Answer

One of the hardest areas of our Christian walk is faith and trust in Jesus in the hard times. Those times where we want to hear the audible voice of God. We wish we could talk to Jesus just like we talk to our best friend. Jesus is supposed to be our best friend. Why doesn’t he talk back? Is he really God at all? If he is, why is he so silent? Where is he?
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Musings on ‘Shrooms and Work

I’d like to take a few minutes to direct your attention to mushrooms.  Mushrooms are infrequently at the forefront of the collective consciousness; their glory is oft-relegated to the halls
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Adapt or Die: How to Future-Proof Your Church

Here are several ways that you can begin to “future-proof” your church.
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The Texture of the Holy Spirit

Since that bright summer day fifteen years ago when I invited the Holy Spirit to live in me, it has developed a unique texture, a feeling I recognize and pursue.
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Bible Journal Entry: Meditation on John 16:16, poem by Lois Horton Young

​ “In a little while you won’t see me anymore. But a little while after that, you will see me again.” John 16:16 NLT What is a bible journal? Penzu.com, an
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Listening to the Music of Hildegard of Bingen as an Act of Prayer

Hildegard of Bingen(1098[?]-1179), also known as Saint Hildegard and Sibyl of the Rhine, was a German Benedictine abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, Christian mystic, visionary, and polymath. She wrote theological, botanical,
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Spiritual Formation Has Changed My Life Forever

As the sun rose on Easter Sunday, 2003, I was baptized by my pastor in the ocean on Miami Beach. I was 26 and there was no denying the overwhelming
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Who Are We? How We Need Both Science and Theology

Psalm 8 O Lord, our Sovereign, how majestic is your name in all the earth. You have set your glory about the heavens. Out of the mouths of babes and
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Psalm 88: The Cry of the Depressed

Scholar Walter Brueggemann divides the book of Psalms into two categories: orientation and disorientation. Orientation Psalms are those that may or may not express affliction but ultimately point to hope.
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When Lost and Confused, Follow the Crowd

It has been a while since I last went to church. I can’t pinpoint a particular reason except being in a spiritually dry season. Praying, worshiping, and reading the Bible
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Five Reasons Everyone Should Own a Few Jazz Albums

Here’s a list of occasions in a civilized adult’s life when jazz is truly the best choice.
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Musings on ‘Shrooms and Work

I’d like to take a few minutes to direct your attention to mushrooms. 
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Greenleaf Illustrates Common Church Pitfalls

I don’t remember what made me decide to watch Greenleaf on Netflix (a
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