Category Archives: Holiday Reflections

This Blog Has Moved!

If you are a regular reader or subscriber to my blog, thank you!  I have moved over from this site to a new self-hosted blog.  You can now find me at jwilliamfeffer.com. I will be enabling a redirect soon, but … Continue reading

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The Search for Biblical Masculinity part 3

The reason I started this brief series is because I have begun to wrestle with what and how I will teach my son about God designed masculinity.  I have a framework for what I believe it means to be a … Continue reading

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Rushing to the Good

Today is Good Friday.  We call it “good” for important reasons, but sometimes I wonder if our rush to claim the good prevents us from fully engaging in the terrible, painful, lonely, and the disappointing of this day.  Today is … Continue reading

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This Blog Has Moved!

If you are a regular reader or subscriber to my blog, thank you!  I have moved over from this free wordpress site to a new self-hosted blog.  You can now find me at jwilliamfeffer.com. I will be enabling a redirect … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Breastplate

Traditionally this hymn was believed to have been written by St. Patrick during his ministry to the Irish, but it was likely written well after his death.  Regardless of its origin, it is a wonderful prayer, and I thought I … Continue reading

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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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