Tag Archives: Keri Wyatt Kent

Singing the Blues for Lent

[Updated from the archives for today, the first day of Lent 2017.] In the Lenten season of 2013 Keri Wyatt Kent blogged through her book Deeply Loved – 40 ways in 40 days to experience the heart of Jesus. I … Continue reading

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How I Got by with a Lot of Help from My Friends

Many of you know that my father took a horrible fall last summer and we weren’t sure he’d survive the emergency neurosurgery that spanned the night, let alone ever recover well enough to live on his own again. I felt … Continue reading

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Hurry and Worry – Keri Wyatt Kent on the presence of God

[I am extremely pleased to have Keri Wyatt Kent guest posting here today, bringing us this essay on worry and slowing down and relying on God. For those who have been following my updates on my Dad’s recovery, you know … Continue reading

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When the Judge Gets Cross-Examined – my secrets revealed

[A lot of people ask me what it’s like being a trial court judge. The answers can be found in this interview Michelle Van Loon posted on her blog Pilgrim’s Road Trip back in 2013, and which she’s graciously allowed … Continue reading

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Scripture, Culture and Context – a quote from Keri Wyatt Kent

*** Resources on the blog on the importance of context include: Bible Reading For Our Literalist Friends – reading literarily, not literally, is key to understanding what the original Scripture writers meant. Male Headship: heading in the wrong direction – a case … Continue reading

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The Bride of Christ Isn’t Masculine Enough For Some People

[CBMW (the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood) and T4G (Together for the Gospel) are holding back-to-back conferences this month. One of the main purposes is to teach that the Bible requires men to lead and women to follow them. These … Continue reading

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Christian Bloggers and Platform Building – when to say no

I went to a high school football game Friday night. We showed up in time to see the second half of the junior varsity game, the one with players from the school my wife works at. I hadn’t been to our … Continue reading

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Happiness and the Blues – not mutually exclusive

[From the archives.] *** For Lent, Keri Wyatt Kent is blogging through her book Deeply Loved – 40 ways in 40 days to experience the heart of Jesus. On Day 15 I took Keri up on her invitation to reflect on The Blues.* … Continue reading

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Fresh Bread

[From the archives.] *** When reading Lois Tverberg’s Walking in the Dust of Rabbi Jesus I came across her definition of “Shabbat” (or Sabbath) as literally meaning “cease”. It’s an interesting word, “cease”. Its simplicity and clarity help me understand better how the ancient Israelites would … Continue reading

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Kitchen Gadgets and the Family of God

[Updated from the archives. This originally appeared as a guest post at Keri Wyatt Kent’s blog.] *** Keri and I recently traded emails about kitchen gadgets. Why? Doesn’t matter. I mentioned a potato peeler, she compared it to a mandoline … Continue reading

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