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Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again by Rachel Held Evans

I first heard Rachel Held Evans on a sermon podcast when she spoke at Mars Hill years ago. She had probably just released her book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood and spoke about the experience. I found her refreshing, enlightening, … Continue reading

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Holy places: in sickness and in health

Finding the holy in places others may not see. In a world where divorce is the easy way out, where one spouse abandons the other because he or she is no longer in “love” or isn’t “happy,” where broken marriages … Continue reading

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Holy Places: the table

Finding the holy in places others may not see. Tucked under the pines of Colorado is a mountain home with a large wooden table. The table has seen many family gatherings, has been cluttered with many projects, and has been … Continue reading

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Holy places: trash or treasure

Finding the holy in places others may not see. Turn right at the mailboxes and drive down a twisting, winding dirt road. There’s a two acre plot on the mountain tucked under the tall pines. In the time I’ve spent … Continue reading

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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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