Category: Discipleship

Looking for Love

For every person on a search for love, there are different motives or slightly altered iterations of the same motive. We want what we want, and sometimes, in the faith, we can want so badly that we decide what we want is what God… Continue Reading “Looking for Love”

Trend Setters

Another thing about NEW, is that it’s only new to us. The great comfort of the unknown, unheard-of, and unprecedented, is that God is never surprised. The amazingness of Advent is that God is the thread that connects us all in time. He is… Continue Reading “Trend Setters”

Remember the Look of New

new (adj.) 1 taking the place of one that came before; syn. makeshift, substitute. 2 not known or experienced before; syn. fresh, novel, original, strange, unaccustomed, unfamiliar, unheard-of, unknown, unprecedented. Merriam-webster thesaurus There’s this initial “bells and whistles” excitement about new things. New people,… Continue Reading “Remember the Look of New”

Formation: Looking for God

During doctoral study I took a class where we studied faith formation. I learned about a man named James Fowler and his stages of faith. In attacking the questions of faith, Fowler shares all the ways that faith grows and forms in us. We… Continue Reading “Formation: Looking for God”

Looking for God all Year Long

Advent is that ‘waiting time’ when Christians make space to remember the story of God’s people waiting for God to come among them again. Nick Baines, author of freedom is coming: from advent to epiphany with the prophet isaiah No earthly season dictates when… Continue Reading “Looking for God all Year Long”

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