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  • The Evolution of Dragons (or Sometimes a Story is a Sword)

    Fairy tales have evolved. Have you noticed? I remember thinking that twenty years back when I read a library book to my children about The Gingerbread Man. Do you remember him? “Run, run, as fast as you can! You can’t catch me, I’m the Gingerbread Man.” In my childhood, the gingerbread man ran from the …[ read more ]

  • The Job Interview Question I Wasn’t Prepared to Answer (but you should be)

    At job interviews, I’m prepared to answer just about anything and you should too. If you have been through numerous interviews like me, you’ll know that there is pretty much a set of standard questions that you’re going to be asked, which is why for these types of questions regarding your skills and experiences it …[ read more ]

  • When Christians Disagree

    It’s likely that you and I don’t agree on everything. Theoretically, we know that. Theoretically, we still love one another, you know, because we’re one family under God. Theoretically, we, in the church, form a beautiful tapestry, our differences of opinion devising the colors and textures that give depth to the work of the kingdom. …[ read more ]

  • Five Summer Binges for the Soul

    It’s summertime and that means it’s time to binge. People indulge in all sorts of binges during vacation time. We binge on the beach, the sun, the surf, on fruit, fresh corn, Netflix, novels, and sleep. Nothing wrong with that but with summer bringing a change in routine, why not also indulge in some binges …[ read more ]

  • Where Did Following Jesus Take You (Or Jesus Through the Looking Glass)

    Portals and doorways fascinate us, not because they are so engaging in themselves but entirely because they lead us somewhere. When Alice slipped through the looking glass, she stuck around to explore Wonderland. When Lucy walked through the back wall of the wardrobe, she explored Narnia. When Dr. Who invites passengers into the Tardis, they …[ read more ]