Category Archives: Christianity

Interruptions & Expectations

I have found a quiet niche in the building where I work. Okay, it isn’t always quiet. Folks still shuffle by, the elevator churns up and down, doors creek, pin pads blip, and strangers talk and laugh like old friends. … Continue reading

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Who is Faithful?

New Year’s Resolutions …or…Who is Faithful? There’s something about this time of the year that causes us to reflect. Where the tradition of setting New Year’s resolutions came from, I know not. What I know is that we often set … Continue reading

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Tozer, Mullins, & Choices

A.W. Tozer. The Pursuit of God.┬áPage 103. …the world of fallen men does not honor God. Millions call themselves by His Name, it is true, and pay some token respect to Him, but a simple test will show how little … Continue reading

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Black Rocks & God’s Voice

Stolen from a letter. (Not stolen so much as copied, which is totally allowable, since it’s a letter I wrote.) I went to Black Rocks yesterday. I walked and walked, back and forth, and farther than I typically go (something … Continue reading

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Missions: Will You Be the One?

There’s a voice that keeps calling out For someone who’s not afraid To be a beacon in the night To a world that’s lost its way. Will you be the one to answer to his call? Will you stand when … Continue reading

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Who You Are

I’m always asking (of myself and others) the question: Who are you? I’ve realized that it’s a very deceptive topic. I was speaking with a friend recently who is questioning her identity to some degree (and has been for some … Continue reading

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What Does Christ Look Like?

The question I turned over last night was this: What does a practical Christianity look like in the world around us? I mulled over it for quite awhile, wondering how I could urge conversation that would go deeper than our … Continue reading

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