Monthly Archives: June 2011

From Resentment to Gratitude

I’ve been trying to post on this blog for about two weeks. However, my computer wouldn’t let me sign-in. Alas, someone from computer services helped me out today. Do forgive my lapse. At the beginning of this month I realized … Continue reading

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They Always Say It’s The Little Things

I’ve been away for nearly two weeks. I’ve had little access to the internet. I don’t own a laptop, so I am dependent on the availability of the internet and of time wherever I am staying. But it has been a good … Continue reading

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Would Jesus Throw Up If He Came Back?

I am on vacation. This is a repost from one of my favorite quotes from Buechner. “There is the slow poisoning of what we call ‘the environment’ of all things, as if with that antiseptic term we can conceal from … Continue reading

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God’s Joy

One of my favorite excerpts from the Divine Conspiracy. Such freeing truth found here: “We should, to begin with, think that God leads a very interesting life, and that he is full of joy. Undoubtedly he is the most joyous … Continue reading

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