Category Archives: the Struggle is Real

Swiss Cheese Theology

Swiss cheese theology. Or one might also call it hole in the fence theology. No, I’m not talking about holes in our theology or our doctrine. Rather, I’m suggesting that maybe our theology and doctrines only see a small portion … Continue reading

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This is my Church

I walked through the wood on a winter day. A pleasant day. A pleasant path. Hints of green winter grass poked up amongst the brown. Some of the trees sported bare branches. Some did not. Some trees designed to keep … Continue reading

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If You Create the Space, God will Fill It

If my last post, Accept Whatever Shows up, felt incomplete, it’s because I planned to finish the thought this week. Which I will. But with some additional thoughts. Because the world can change drastically in two weeks. And it did. … Continue reading

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Accept Whatever Shows Up

Disappointments can rob us from enjoying the small gifts in life. Accepting whatever shows up hands us the gifts with eager expectation. Continue reading

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Come, Daughter. Come Closer.

Wrestling with God, my Father, and his word. He gives me an invitation. “Come, daughter. Come closer.” Only to be followed by the enemy’s attack. Discord. Lies. Heaviness. Confusion. Isolation. Then busyness. So the question. How? How do I come … Continue reading

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