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Like Other Apes

Recently, while reading an article in National Geographic, “Restless Genes,” I stopped short when I read the following as they discussed the impact of certain genes on our desire to explore: “In humans the result is legs and hips that … Continue reading

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Living Water: Beloved

My dear friend and pastor, Jan Richardson, writes and creates artwork that blesses my soul. A gentle, deeply spiritual woman, the light of the Holy Spirit shines brightly in her. I hope you find the blessing that I did in her post “Baptized … Continue reading

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Why? Take 2

One of my friends recently asked for how I would explain why the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary happened. Here is an edited version of my response: Everyone has a hard time trying to explain. The only way I can respond … Continue reading

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Secularism a Religion?

The First Amendment (Photo credit: euthman) In a recent letter to the editor (Tampa Tribune), a local man wrote an interesting argument stating that in our zeal to enforce separation of church and state, secularism has become the state religion of America. … Continue reading

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Breaking Out

Last week I talked about the Christian bubble, how it keeps us from the very people Jesus wants us to know and love. The bubble afflicts pastors, too, in fact most of us are in an airtight bubble as I … Continue reading

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The Toilet Paper Teaching

Recently, in Oboedire, Rev. Dr. Steve Harper’s blog, he said the following: “Jesus’ call to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength is not a multiple choice experience, where we select from the list the one or … Continue reading

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But I'm Exceptional!

Last week I went to renew my Driver’s License.  I had made an appointment ahead of time, so I walked past the twenty people in the no appointment line right to the front of the appointment line. Things were looking good. Until I stepped up with all … Continue reading

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