Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Theology of Weather: Seeing God in the Elements (Snowy Day Thoughts)

As I write this, snowflakes are gently falling, and have been all day, in my corner of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. I still get giddy like a little kid when it snows. Even more so when the snow sticks to … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Santification

“The Lord works in mysterious ways.” This phrase, oft-used though it is, pertains to so many different situations. The mind and the ways of God are so incredible, there are really no words to describe them. “For My thoughts are … Continue reading

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Understanding Introverts: A lesser known fact or two

Originally posted on Summer Sorensen:
Hi, my name is Summer, and I am an introvert. No, I didn’t recite that line while sitting in a circle of metal folding chairs in a high school gym at a 12-step meeting. Sometimes…

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The Good News Isn’t Good Without the Bad News (A Brief Look at Gospel Implications)

Sometimes, you cannot comprehend how wonderful something is until you are aware of or experience the opposite, to glean an appreciation. “You don’t know what you’ve got until its gone.” “The grass is always greener on the other side of … Continue reading

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