Tag Archives: Spiritual Practice

Keeping Awake

In this rushed season, sleep is often sought as enthusiastically as that Hot Toy. There is however, some confusion about what “being asleep” really means. Continue reading

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We Need a Little Lent-Mas

Lent is “such a downer, man” and this is the time of “happyhappy(tm)” so why am I talking about Lent at a time like this? Because it is also prime spiritual growth time. Continue reading

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Sheep, Goats, Hmmmm

Part of the problem of the parable of the sheep and the goats is the identity of “the least of these.” I’ve got a theory and it makes me both uncomfortable and hopeful. Continue reading

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What Kind of Love

There are all kinds of love in the world so when John goes on about “see the kind of love God has.” We have to ask “what exactly is that and how do we respond to it?” Continue reading

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´╗┐Heart Writing

The point of Reformation Sunday is that God wants to write the teaching of life on our deepest hearts so that our “yes” to life comes from the very center of who we are. Continue reading

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A Completionist God

There’s a kind of video game player whose determination to finish the whole game and not just the “good bits” is actually a great way to think about the way God works. Continue reading

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