Monthly Archives: April 2015

My Life in Songs: Christian, Dysthymic, Intentional

“Hello darkness my old friend I’ve come to talk with you again.” ~  Simon & Garfunkle It was Monday morn, and like three I out of four Mondays in my life, I did not greet it or the new week … Continue reading

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A Time for Sadness

Last week was Holy Week. It’s almost always a week for me to feel even more somber than I am usually. A week for acedia. For me, it’s always seemed more about the Crucifixion than the Resurrection. Perhaps that’s because … Continue reading

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Cross-pollinator

In discussing how the church spreads Dr. Joel Hunter, noting that his wife is a biologist, referenced the process of cross-pollination—how agents such as the wind or insects facilitate the transfer of genetic material from one plant to another. We … Continue reading

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“I (Heart) Haters”

I saw this interesting and perhaps intentionally ironic proposition on a bumper sticker recently. I wondered if it were some Christian thing that was supposed to show how forgiving we are—or just someone’s sense of humor. I thought of it … Continue reading

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