Monthly Archives: December 2020

My Lunch With the Archdeacon of Canterbury, a Gentle Older Man in Worn Tweeds

You never know who God will put at your lunch table.

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I’ve Been Told to Shut Up and Stop Preaching on the Interwebz

If you’re speaking love, you’re speaking of Jesus. Don’t let anyone stop you.

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I’m Not Quite Hearing Voices in My Head, but It’s Close

What gets in the way of hearing what Jesus has to say to you?

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I Chipped a Molar, and That’s Not Fair

Is there a good reason—a reason founded on goodness—that people are doing without healthcare?

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“Who Moved My Cheese?!”

Dealing with change is not one of my strengths.

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Feeling Left Out at Christmas Time? You’re in With Jesus (and With Me).

Jesus takes you in.

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Jesus, Fully God and Fully Human: Christmas, Immanuel, and the Wonders of Incarnation

Completely God and completely human: the Christmas miracle in the manger.

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A Christmas Miracle: You and an Ancient Ethiopian Have Much in Common

Buckaroo Banzai said, “Wherever you go, there you are.” Jesus said that no matter where you are, “I am with you always.”

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God Made Beautiful Mountains. Why Does the Bible Say They All Get Flattened for Jesus?

Jesus wants you to know, to see, to experience how much he loves you.

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Why Do People Think I’m a Pastor?

So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up … . (Ephesians 4:11-12.) Pastoring is a God-given … Continue reading

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