Monthly Archives: June 2016

Prince and the Bible

We live in an information-filled world. We have unlimited digital and print resources available to us that can help (or hinder) our daily journey toward short-term (how should I respond to my friend’s criticism?) and long-term (what should I do … Continue reading

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Midianites, caves, locusts, and you

Occasionally I read a section of scripture that jumps off the page at me. I was recently reading Judges 6 and I can’t get it out of my mind. Let’s take a look at the first six verses. 1 The Israelites … Continue reading

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Digitaria

Digitaria is a genus of plants in the grass family that is often referred to as crabgrass. I hate crabgrass. I’ve just survived two consecutive weekends of crabgrass battles: the first in a mulch bed on the side of my house and a second in … Continue reading

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A Genesis week in your life

I grew up a Muberist — my dad was Methodist so he served at the pancake breakfast each year and I participated in the Christmas pageant, my mom was Lutheran so we mostly attended Trinity Lutheran Church in Winfield, KS, … Continue reading

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Just dust

I get discouraged. Do you? It’s ironic because the source of this discouragement and frustration is often my most intimate times with God. In those times when I am truly focused on him, rather than myself, I see his holiness and majesty, his greatness, … Continue reading

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