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November 1st is a day that on the Christian calendar is known as All Saints Day. It may sound odd to some, but I think we miss out on blessings by ignoring holy days like this one. Growing up in an evangelical church world, I lived with an inaccurate view of who and what defined … More | S A I N T S |

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  “As the Father loved Me, I also have loved you; abide in My love.” John 15:9 (NKJV)  Why is this so difficult a task for so many of us? To abide in His love; to make our home there. Some days it feels as if the church has made a show of following Christ … More | A B I D E |

| L E N T |

Today (Ash Wednesday) starts the Lenten season, and this year I am planning to not just give something up, but I am also planning to add a few things to my life. One of the things that I will be doing which I found on Margaret Feinberg’s blog, is a 40 day reading plan of … More | L E N T |

| F E M I N I N E |

Welcome to the Advent series I am writing for 2015. Over the last few years I have really fallen in love with the celebration of Advent and I am excited to write about this season over the next four weeks. These posts, while finding their root in themes surrounding the coming of Christ, are not … More | F E M I N I N E |

| S E C R E T |

The other night at church I had a moment of conviction. Our lead pastor was sharing and he said something that made me think. He said that God develops vision in us in the secret place. He used the example of Nehemiah and talked about how Nehemiah didn’t share all that was in his heart … More | S E C R E T |

| L I G H T |

“And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light.” -Genesis 1:3 How did I end up there? Sitting in an office on the other side of the world never even remotely crossed my mind, yet there I was. Sometimes I still can’t believe that it’s true, that I lived in Cambodia for two … More | L I G H T |

| M Y S T E R Y |

In the culture of the modern age, we have an obsession. It is an all encompassing desire for knowledge, a discontentment and dissatisfaction for anything that might be difficult to explain. We wish to know all that we can about every little thing. Too often the church of today gives itself over to this obsession, … More | M Y S T E R Y |