Monthly Archives: December 2015

Christmas Expectations

It is time to ask the Ultimate Question of Life: is yours the Perfect Christmas or do you Totally Suck? (We have got to get a better question). Continue reading

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Blessed is She, Believing

Before Mary got her Big Song or was a mother, she believed and trusted. We skip this because trust is boring and singing is fun, but that’s a mistake. Continue reading

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Going to Any Lengths

A major component of life-change is the sheer bloody minded determination to go through with it. On our own that kind of determination can be hard to sustain but we are not alone. Continue reading

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Water From the Wells

Not all the psalms are in the book with the same name, Isaiah sings a song of Wells of Salvation, and abundant water raised up in joy. Continue reading

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This Is Your Life

In spite of reasonable concerns about quality control, God is at work shaping our ramshackle lives into beauty. Continue reading

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Symphonic Sex

The voices of both partners matter in relationships, their agreement (symphony) is crucial. So why were we told that Paul taught subjugation, because he didn’t. Continue reading

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