Monthly Archives: December 2011

Christmas Reflections

Below is a small collection of some recent posts I have read recently that I have appreciated.  I hope you appreciate them as well. The first is from Donald Miller.  I love his recent posts with the handwritten notes.  This … Continue reading

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Our Finest Gifts We Bring

He was amazed at how quickly he disappeared when he first sat down on the corner. He learned quickly that it didn’t matter what he said, how well or how loud he played that old drum, no one could be … Continue reading

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My Son, Trucks, and Free Will

While waiting for a recent meeting to begin a couple co-workers and I began talking about our sons.  One explained her theory that every boy is either fascinated with balls, trucks or action figures, and asked which category our boys … Continue reading

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Expectation and Preparation

“It is a primary truth of Christianity that God reaches us directly. No person is insulated. As ocean floods the inlets, as sunlight environs the plant, so God enfolds and enwreathes the finite spirit. There is this difference, however, inlet … Continue reading

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Book Review: Why Men Hate Going To Church

David Murrow’s Why Men Hate Going to Church was an incredibly frustrating read.  Ten years ago I was introduced to John Eldredge’s Wild At Heart, and ever since I have been thinking about what it means to be a man.  … Continue reading

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