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Lent in Reverse: Fasting from God (part 1)

With surprising (and embarrassing) clarity, I could see hours wasted and opportunities missed. They stacked in messy piles around the corners of my mind, cluttered like the scene of forgotten landfills. Scavenger birds drew near and the sun set while an evangelist in a worn broad-striped suit proclaimed this was …


Saving the best for last?

“Mama, will you study the Bible with me?” It was Sunday night and my daughter dropped this mama-guilt bomb on me. All I really wanted to do this weekend was read a novel. Susan May Warren’s newest book released last week. On Monday morning I snapped open my Kindle to …

What Matters Most

I’ve started three different posts today, but will likely complete none of them. I would like to boast discipline, but am thinking of a quote by Francis Chan. “Our greatest fear should not be of failure, but of succeeding at things in life that don’t really matter.” It’s not that …

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