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Sacred Pathways by Gary Thomas Revisited

I first posted this review in September of 2014. Since then I’ve taught two classes on Sacred Pathways and am coteaching a third. It’s a great book and a great study and now there’s also a video with five sessions … Continue reading

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The Sin of Certainty by Peter Enns

So many opinions, positions, beliefs, and doctrines. In my faith journey I’d been taught how to “defend” my beliefs, how to “prove” truth, how to “argue” critical doctrines, and how support it all with scripture. To be honest, I was … Continue reading

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The Sacred Overlap by J.R. Briggs

Yet another book that my husband and I listened to on a road trip. This one also had a lot of pauses in the audio followed by lots of conversation. Briggs definitely struck a cord with us because of some … Continue reading

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Dear White Peacemakers by Osheta Moore

If only I had time to read all the books recommended on the podcasts I listen to. So many books, so little time. But Peacemakers is a must. I heard Osheta Moore on Jen Hatmaker’s podcast, For the Love, last … Continue reading

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For the Love by Jen Hatmaker

Dare to laugh. Dare to be challenged. Dare to live life to the full. For the Love invites us to pull up a chair and be real together. Continue reading

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