Monthly Archives: December 2015

the attachment of faith

Many years ago, I was hurled into a season of near-spiritual insanity.  The kind of season that poses the question, “What does ‘having faith’ actually mean?” I have been asking that question ever since, even long after that season officially ended. … Continue reading

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The days between Thanksgiving and Christmas are known as advent.  It is a mini-season to commemorate the anticipation, the longing to see God’s promise fulfilled.  Of course, Christ-followers believe that the promise came true two thousand years ago, but we want to … Continue reading

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