Tag Archives: Faith

At Home in the Brokenness

There is a beauty in brokenness; a grace found here that is rare elsewhere. No one asks to be broken, and yet it is only in our brokenness that we truly come to see and know the extent of God’s grace and mercy towards us. Continue reading

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Dealing with Questions and Doubts

Ask questions. I think it was Anselm who said, “Theology is faith seeking understanding.” But the flip side asking is you have to be ready and willing to find the answer. Continue reading

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Some Post-Election Thoughts

Rather than ride these waves of the political storm, let us fix our eyes on Jesus. Continue reading

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On the National Election (part 3)

“Laugh about it, cry about it, when you have to choose. Anyway you look at it you loose.” Continue reading

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Contend for the Faith

If we are to contend for our faith, it is necessary that we know what it is we actually believe. Continue reading

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A Dehydrated Spirit

Shouldn’t our language, our custom, our service, be so radically different from the rest of the world’s that we are constantly in need of the sovereign hand of God to guide us and protect us, the Spirit of God to move our lips in praise and powerful witness to Jesus Christ. Continue reading

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Why I Struggle to Pray

Some thoughts on why we don’t pray; and a call to prayer! Continue reading

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