‪Struggling With Sin Is a Blessing, Honest‬

Struggles against oppression, illness, and sin: Jesus is with you.

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‪I Know Where You Fit In‬

Wherever you are in life, it’s better when you know you fit in. You fit in with God.

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‪You Are Not Alone, You Are Loved, and You Can Reach out to Me‬

One tactic of the enemy is to make you feel isolated and alone. You’re not.

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‪Pandemics and Anxiety Dreams: I’ve Got Them Both‬

Taking precautions when everything seems normal is hard. Hard doesn’t mean unnecessary, though.

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‪Jesus and the Kids: the Little Blessings Count in Your Life‬

Big blessings are sometimes little blessings magnified.

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Ironic Jesus is Awesome

The irony and imagery Jesus lived out personally 2000 years ago reaches right into your life today.

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‪Recurring Hoaxes: the Incompatibility of Science and Faith‬

I received another internet hoax warning me about some nonsense. It’s nowhere near as bad as falling for the hoax that faith and science are incompatible.

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The Worst Phone Call of My Career

The opening pages of my memoir (Running for Judge) reveal the worst phone call of my career. Spoiler alert: I survived.

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‪I Slept Through My Alarm This Morning‬

I’m glad Jesus doesn’t sleep through his alarm.

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Cocktail Theology Cross-Examined Me in a Judicial Interview

Elane O’Rourke and Benton Stokes of the Cocktail Theology podcast cross-examined me, and here’s the result. They’re good interviewers and made me sound intelligent, so it’s worth a listen: Cocktail Theology.

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