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Seasons of the Church
Deborah Arca Dec 13, 2014
Deborah Arca Dec 05, 2014
“Life is always changing. The space between you is always changing. Marriage is this art form where you never stop exploring, discovering, and you never stop figuring it out.”-- Rob Bell, bestselling ...
{Take & Read}
Deborah Arca Nov 14, 2014
By Scott LeRetteAuthor, The Unbreakable Boy: A Father's Fear, A Son's Courage, and A Story of Unconditional LoveThis last August my son, Richard Austin, went to college. We’d always thought the empty ...
Deborah Arca Nov 14, 2014
This month in the Patheos Book Club, we're discussing the new book Raising Abel: The Life of Faith, by Ronald Ragotzy. Here, Dr. Ragotzy shares a bit about his book, and what he hopes readers will tak...
Deborah Arca Nov 10, 2014
"Preaching is a mad act, speaking for God to people who hardly know who God may be, proclaiming the gospel of one who came preaching and loving the world. No small task, that!" -- John Holbert, Old Te...
Deborah Arca Nov 07, 2014
"Thirty years later, I’m still looking for God in the places some people say God isn’t supposed to be found, and I’m still as fascinated as ever." -- Cathleen Falsani, award-winning journalist, author...
Deborah Arca Nov 04, 2014
Even as we throw out the empty candy wrappers and put away the costumes from Halloween, the season of Advent looms just around the corner. Starting the last Sunday of November, Advent announces the be...
Deborah Arca Oct 30, 2014
Patheos blogger Christian Piatt is on the road this fall, promoting his new book PostChristian (and hosting Beer & Hymns events wherever he can), so I thought I'd pull out this interview from the arch...
Deborah Arca Oct 23, 2014
I've just recently returned from an exceptionally joyful jaunt to the San Francisco Bay Area, where I learned first-hand the transformative power of play for solving real-world problems such as hunger...
Deborah Arca Oct 15, 2014
By Amy Simpson Author, Anxious: Choosing Faith in a World of WorryI can relate to sixteenth-century French writer Michel de Montaigne, who wrote, “My life has been full of terrible misfortunes, most o...
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