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The Beautiful Shepherd

The idea of a Good Shepherd who comforts us and keeps us safe is, well… comforting it is not however, the full story because he is also beautiful, the Greek says so. Continue reading

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Going into Galilee

We treat the resurrection as a static (and sometimes irrelevent) point in life, forgetting that resurrection has a direction, and a goal. Continue reading

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The Melody of Our Life

We’ve been taught that this passage is about not letting our body be used for “immorality.” This misses one translation nuance that changes the whole thing into a discussion about the melody of our life and how we use it. Continue reading

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The One Beat

In music the notes are gathered together and shaped by the one beat, the first pulse that gives each measure its movement. In the same way, our lives take on form, shape, and beauty when we hear that one beat. Continue reading

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Corinthian Song

2 Corinthians 4.7-9 This is a nine track acapella rendition of a song built on these verses and the power of God that works life in us inexorably. It is the power at work when we are bruised and broken, … Continue reading

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House of Stone and Light

Years ago Martin Page wrote “In the House of Stone and Light.” And while he talks about Mt. Kailash and the Havasupai shaman, he keeps coming back to something he calls “the House of Stone and Light.” This could be … Continue reading

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