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BLOG: Don’t forget the valley
Sep15

BLOG: Don’t forget the valley

In Exodus 34, Moses goes up the mountain. That does not seem like that big of a deal, unless you think about what came before. He had already gone up once and received the Ten Commandments. As soon as he came down Moses realized how difficult it is to shepherd people. People are messy spiritually and have a short attention span for the things of God. So when he comes down the first time, he breaks the stone tablet in two and has to go...

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BLOG: Birthday balloons and Covid-19
Aug31

BLOG: Birthday balloons and Covid-19

Every week, a few people shuffle into my office for advice. Sometimes they come looking for spiritual wisdom, but mostly they just want to talk to someone. There has been a common theme as of late. Everyone seems to be struggling just a little bit more. It might not always be a financial struggle or relational struggle. Sometimes it just seems as though there is this extra invisible weight on our shoulders. It would be easy to blame...

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Narrative-driven Gospel
Aug04

Narrative-driven Gospel

One of the major issues we face in this declining society is the narrative-driven media. Instead of simply relaying information, both sides have a narrative they want to tell, and the only information they give out is meant to further that narrative. These selective narratives are in competition with one another, which ultimately divides and pits people against each other. But not all narrative-driven information is bad. In fact it...

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BLOG: Christians and ‘Conspiracy’
May27

BLOG: Christians and ‘Conspiracy’

After 9/11, I recall that it did not take long for conspiracy theories to circulate around the internet. It seems that whenever there is a tragedy that takes place on the world wide stage you can be sure that fantastic stories surface and spread through pop culture. None of us would pay attention to the flat earth conspiracy (I hope) or if the moon landing were fake. Yet I sometimes see certain conspiracies floating around the...

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Blog: Rediscovering the light bulb
May07

Blog: Rediscovering the light bulb

My youngest son River has all the toys of his two older brothers at his disposal. He also has all the toys that were gifts from me and others. Yet of all the toys he has, nothing brings him joy like looking at a light bulb. He has recently discovered light switches, and you would think it was the most amazing thing in the world. I am now ordered by this tiny, diaper-wearing human—who can’t speak—to stand and hold him near the...

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