Category Archives: Faith

Grace.

The longer I live, the more I realize that striving, by definition, is an obsolete practice within my faith in Christ. I, without question, am ‘failing’ on so many levels as a Christian. Do I read or pray or seek … Continue reading

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To Know and To Be Known

To love another person¬†is to see the face of God. ¬†– Victor Hugo Is it not miraculous to fall in love with a stranger? Not a love like that of wine and roses, but like that of wine and laughter … Continue reading

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“Let Us Speak Of Things That Matter”

The phrase continues to echo in my mind, despite the time that has gone by and the thousands of miles away that I first heard the words. On the little island in the cold waters of the Atlantic sits a … Continue reading

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Opiate for the Masses

“Religious distress is at the same time the expression of real distress and the protest against real distress. Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, just as it is the spirit of a … Continue reading

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The Goodness of Friday

Why is this Friday before Easter so good? Because He really did love us that much; He really did desire to be that close; and that bloody, mangled mess was the truth that has the power to set us all … Continue reading

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Following Your Heart: The Sacrifice of Calling

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Our friend Scott Erickson has an incredible story and he and his wife are an inspiration to us. This video was very encouraging to my heart and I hope it is to yours as well.

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Why Do You Go To The Bush?

We’re back home and have much to think about as we adjust to yet another culture; one which we’ve known the longest, but becomes perpetually stranger the more we ‘set sail’. I read something today that helped me understand what … Continue reading

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