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  • ACME Log-Removal Service VS. The Long Way

    Log-removal in my life is never a “one-and-done” proposition. Apparently, in my soul, there’s an entire redwood forest of old growth trees that my unsanctified self can split into logs the enemy uses to blind me to my own failings and prejudices at any time. I have been guilty of subscribing to the ACME school of log-removal services by …[ read more ]

  • The Most Powerful Ministry of Our Times

    We prepare for life’s major devastations – disappointment, divorce, disease, disaster, death. We anticipate news of powerful men and women given over to corruption, robbers, rapists, thieves, liars, and murderers. All are antithetical to God, in opposition to His truth and yet their existence proves our need for Him. Strange that we can almost endure …[ read more ]

  • The Biggest Mistake of Our Times

    People are sometimes born into the wrong times. Has this happened to you? Maybe, you were meant to live during the frontier days – you know, when times were simpler. Men were men. Women were women. And hard work, community, and honest living were valued. Or perhaps you were supposed to live the fifties on …[ read more ]

  • The Holiness of Worship that Bleeds into the Work Week

    Why does it have to be like this? You whimper as you sink into the chair, your face in your hands. Names of friends you could call flip through your mind like a contact list of lifelines but you can’t call – not again – you’d be telling the same old woes, asking the same …[ read more ]

  • One Bold Question I Dare You to Ask

    I spend a lot of time thinking about other people – thinking about them and praying for them. Doesn’t that sound lovely and spiritual? It’s not. To be fair, I’m not completely unloving – to the credit of the work Jesus has done in my life these fifty-some years, but my soul is quite the …[ read more ]