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November 25, 2019

Lately, I’ve been doing some good things for myself. And because I’ve been doing some good things for myself, I’ve been more at ease. And while I’m at ease, I also notice some heavy feelings. There's a sadness that is present alongside this potential...

September 10, 2019

Growing up in the church system I was always taught that the Preacher was the authority on everything spiritual. After all, they had been called and had gone to college to be taught about God and the bible.
 
I remember how impressed I was by preache...

November 13, 2018

The term “salvation” within a Biblical context is truly comprehensive and inclusive. It is cosmic in its reach and there is no human being that has ever lived that is now, nor has ever been, not included.


All too often, salvation has been reduced dow...

Something was doing the changing for me. I became an observer to this inward reality. The change was being “done unto me” and continues to be “done unto me”. The very last thing you need is: to be doing the changing where change is not needed.

Just...

My early years in the Church were filled with great angst. Any sort of relationship with God/Jesus was placed on a sort of edifice. Something very much desirable yet seen as something untenable, unattainable. We were encouraged each and every Sunday...

November 26, 2017

I grew up in a Pentecostal Church in the early seventies. Each and every Sunday it seemed (in a myriad of different ways) I was reminded of my own fallenness and sinfulness: my unacceptability to God. I/we were reminded again and again (as if we coul...

We mostly live on the fringe of our own lives. We mistake edges for essence, we skim the surface of things and somehow think or hope that we have plummeted the depths.

We live in a world that begs, borrows and steals our time with endless distractions...