Monthly Archives: December 2013

Our Response to Cashmere Wolves: When Shepherds Attack Their Sheep

For the last three weeks in my Friday Features section, we have been considering the characteristics of a twisted Christian leader with the help of Tiffany Brown-Erickson. In the introduction to her essay the first week, I wrote this about … Continue reading

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Trippin’ Through The Web Thursdays

There is a lot of good writing and reflection out there this week. Or so it seems to me. 1. Here’s one of the most insightful articles I’ve read in a long while. It’s by Sammy Rhoades. “Tweeting Myself to … Continue reading

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Failing in Love is Better Than Succeeding in Pride (Eugene Peterson)

Every day I put love on the line. There is nothing I am less good at than love. I am far better in competition than in love. I am far better at responding to my instincts and ambitions to get … Continue reading

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Contentment in the Mundane Present

“Nor is it needful that we should have great things to do. . . We can do little things for God; I turn the cake that is frying on the pan for love of him, and that done, if there … Continue reading

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Peace and Contentment are Possible in this World

“Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men (human beings). Luke 2:14 KJV Compared to some, my little family and I don’t have very much. And compared to others, we are materially rich beyond … Continue reading

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