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    Freedom

  • Five Gifts I wish I could Give

    13 minute read

    This year for Christmas, if it were somehow possible, I would like to give some gifts to our culture. I would like to give some things back to our culture that it seems to me we once had. Some things that seem to be slipping from our midst, almost entirely unnoticed. Continue Reading

  • Meta-Know-You: Feeling out of Control?

    4 minute read

    “One day when I win the lottery, all of my dreams will finally come true.” “If only those other people would see me for who I really am, I could finally get the kind of job I really deserve.” “It seems to me that everyone is always trying to hold me back, nothing works out the way I think it should.”  Continue Reading

  • Meta-Know-You: Prisoner Thinking Defined

    2 minute read

    Prisoner thinking, as I have mentioned is the way of thinking, the paradigm, or mindset, of all post Genesis 3 citizens. Prisoner thinking is not just bad information, it is bad process. I thought perhaps it would be helpful to break this down into it’s most basic building blocks. Continue Reading

  • Meta-Know-You: Prisoner Thinking

    5 minute read

    “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, Nor are your ways My ways,” declares the Lord. “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, So are My ways higher than your ways And My thoughts than your thoughts”. -Isaiah 55:8-9 Continue Reading

  • Meta-Know-You: Seeing by the Spirit

    6 minute read

    10 For to us God revealed them (mysteries) through the Spirit; for the Spirit searches all things, even the depths of God. Continue Reading

  • Meta-Know-You: How Can you See if You are Blind?

    4 minute read

    Blind, you say? No I am not blind, why do you ask?

    I often pose the question, “How many blind people did Jesus minister to?” After a pause for effect and a few answers, I deliver my point. Continue Reading

  • What is your Target?

    3 minute read

    In the age of information surplus, we all have something to say, and we all have a venue to say it. We speak, we argue, we Tweet, or we make a You Tube video. If we get really focused we blog. If we don’t blog, we simply comment on someone else’s blog, or Facebook post.  We all have something to say and a way to say it. Continue Reading

  • Disconnected

    3 minute read

    Native Americans tell the story of a gold prospector who hired several warriors as guides to take him across the frontier to reach the west coast to take advantage of the gold boom. Continue Reading

  • Humanize

    4 minute read

    I keep having the urge to write but I don’t have a topic. I just have a lump. Somewhere between my chest and my throat, I feel something a bit swollen and heavy. Something like a repressed cry, but not quite. It feels more like a repressed blog. Continue Reading

  • The Condition of Unconditional Love

    2 minute read

    The opposite of Grace isn’t law. The opposite of Grace is self-sufficiency. Continue Reading