Monthly Archives: January 2012

What it Really Means to Listen: Spiritual or Holy Listening

“My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry . . . .” James 1:19 Spiritual listenting is a contemplative undertaking and not a problem solving … Continue reading

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Encouragement to Trust God! One of My Favorite Stories About George Mueller

George Mueller of Bristol is one of my favorite saints. He lived in the 1800’s and was full of faith in God. His desire was to provide for the orphans around him. But how would he do it since the … Continue reading

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Life in the Kingdom of God

This is a wonderful interview with Dallas Willard where he explains the implications of our theology. He talks about the theology of the Kingdom and the theology of Atonement. We live out our theology and our theology also frames how … Continue reading

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Waiting for Fire to Descend

“Every morning I lay out the pieces of my life on your altar and watch for fire to descend.” Psalm 5:3 Here is a brilliant physicist turned Anglican priest/theologian/philosopher/Benedictine from Wales now living in the US (President of Renovare) who teaches us about … Continue reading

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I Wasn’t Neurotic Until I Became A Writer (Killing The Desire For Success)

Here is a piece that I wrote for the Redbud Writer’s Guild Blog. It came out last week:

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