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Nov 16th, 2012

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26.2… The start, the Finish!

About 5 months ago I signed up for a marathon. It was one of the stupidest, craziest, and most ambitious things I’ve ever done. After a race this summer I randomly got a running marketing email that apparently had a message from God in it, because, I went from never even really seriously considering the […]

Nov 13th, 2012

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What Christianity Means to Me (now that Im all grown up.)

I grew up in the church. Sunday school. Vacation Bible School. Awana’s. Summer Camps. Youth outings. Bible stories and organized religion were as much a part of my childhood education as the ABC’s and learning to read. I was raised with an emphasis of practicing healthy morals, learning discipline and self-control to live a good […]

Nov 9th, 2012

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Defective Character Syndrome

I’m going to be a bit transparent here, so, if you’ve always thought I have it together, you might not want to read this one. Yesterday I was rudely reminded that I suffer from a not-so-rare disorder. Every human has it, the holiest of saints, and most vile of sinners. It’s known by many names, and […]

Nov 7th, 2012

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Stop Worrying. Start Praying.

I think I saw every wide range of negative emotion possible yesterday on facebook on my newsfeed as the election results rolled in. Anger. Despair. Uncertainty. Frustration. Annoyance. Outrage. Resentment. Hopelessness. For those of us concerned about Obama’s character, economic plans, foreign policies, and so much more– maybe these emotions are justified and expected. I […]

Oct 30th, 2012

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God Uses the UNTHINKABLE.

The more accounts I read about the disciple Peter, the more I like him. He’s resilient, loud, ambitious, impulsive and confident. He was madly in love with Jesus, yet, struggled with great character flaws. He experienced outrageous victories and accomplishments with Jesus ( the miracle of walking on water), yet, also, epic failures (denying Jesus […]

Oct 26th, 2012

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Hittin in the Sweet Spot!

Let’s talk sweet spots for a minute. Every baseball bat has one. Tennis rackets do too. Golf clubs as well. For those of you who aren’t athletically inclined, the sweet spot could be defined as the “point or area” of which it makes most effective contact with the ball. I think humans have a sweet […]