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Writing My Way Out of Brokenness
Brokenness, brokenness is what I long for Brokenness is what I need Brokenness, brokenness is what you want for me. – Micah Stampley, “Take My Life” That praise and worship song was usually played... Read more
by Lori Arnold | Godless in Dixie
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The Myth Of A Blessed Life
Mike Glenn—If you hang around church long enough, you’ll hear some version of the popular church myth that goes something like this: if you’re in the will of God nothing bad will ever happen to you.... Read more
by Scot McKnight | Jesus Creed
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The Bible Is Not Alone
The Bible is connected to the church that assembled its contents. It has no meaning without a reader, and readers bring with them baggage and lenses. And it makes reference to texts outside its... Read more
by James McGrath | Religion Prof: The Blog of James F. McGrath
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Practices From the Inside Out: The Spiritual Practice of Humor
The Spiritual Practice of Humor We live in a time of tension and conflict, arguing and fighting for what we believe is true. Many of us are attracted to following spiritual practices simply so we... Read more
by Greg Richardson | Strategic Monk
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I Want To Believe: Matt's Story
I’m not sure about this. This whole series, I Want To Believe, scares me, even though it was my idea. I was born into a Catholic family. I went to Catholic school for my entire primary school... Read more
by Matt Lafleur | Sick Pilgrim
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The 3 Ways Routine Leads to Purpose
Routine gets a bad wrap in today’s world. We equate the establishment of habit with settling, being bored, stubbornness, and monotony. In order to get out of such ‘ruts’, we romanticize vacations... Read more
by Willis Joey | Victorious Living
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