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Do I need to memorize scripture, take notes while listening to podcasts, and highlight the books I am reading? And if I am to do all of the above, will it enhance my Christian walk as well as my ability to lead others?

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Gods New iPad Air

What if God owned my new Generation 4 iPad Air and its the accompanying Zagg keyboard…would His ownership of them cause me to use them any differently? 

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a beer with God

That title is designed to do 3 things:

  • make you open the link
  • write a followup to my last post
  • to tell how I gained some heavenly wisdom by the phrase,
    “have a beer”

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coffee with God

One of the terms you hear a lot in Christian circles is to, “spend time with God.” Sounds reasonable but what does that really mean?

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A Word on Grieving

Found this quote on my Timehop from 2 years ago.  And since it relates to my favorite writing topic, I decided it needed to be shared again.

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Regina on marriage

In a recent discussion on marriage,  Regina used a verse of scripture that I have never related to marriage.  How I’ve missed this is beyond me.  

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“Unbroken”

If you’ve not seen the movie you have nothing to fear. This post will not be a spoiler.  I just want to grab a small portion from a story note that rolled AFTER the movie.  This is about forgiveness.

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Past Your Past

In his 1994 Oscar-winning performance, Tom Hanks played the role of the seemingly simple-minded yet complex character of Forrest Gump.  Throughout his life, Forrest was closely intertwined by two supporting characters: Lieutenant Dan and Jenny.  Forrest, Lt. Dan, and Jenny ultimately found a way to move past their past.

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Living a vegetative state

“You simply exist. It’s a very dark place to find yourself because, in a sense, you are allowing yourself to vanish.”

By now you’ve probably heard about Martin Pistorius.  Martin is the remarkable young man who was in a “vegetative state” for 12 years until he finally came out of it.  What I want to discuss here is how Martin’s story of hopelessness and despair parallels people I have met over the years.

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you didn’t go to far

This post is for those of us who have wasted the days, the years, the opportunities, the money, the relationships  – the whatever(s). This is for those of us who feel that God may still love us, and has forgiveness us.  But something deep inside wants to tell us that things will never be the same.

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