Monthly Archives: February 2016

Peace In The Boat

It’s afternoon, warm and humid, on the Sea of Galilee. A small fishing boat slips through the water, carrying thirteen men. They’re ordinary men, dressed in ragged clothes, reeking of fish and sweat and olive oil. Twelve of them are disciples of the … Continue reading

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The Art of Being Still

“So, how’s life?” “Oh, the usual. BUSY.” It seems I will never get away from this cliched answer. Life does not make a habit of slowing down, and some days it is all I can do to keep pace. In … Continue reading

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Not Alone

There is a sense that I just can’t get rid of. Not that I’ve ever tried very hard, because it’s a nice state of mind to be in. No matter what has happened, what is occurring around me, I always … Continue reading

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Coffee Bean Peace

This world is full of disaster. I look around at it and wonder how I am going to move forward, how I am going to keep my heart inside my chest from stopping . . . But then there is … Continue reading

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I Don’t Know What Career I Want. What’s the Next Godly Step?

“What if we could all meet our spouses at 22 ½ years old?” I remember asking this question in the midst of confusion. Gosh, how much easier it would be if everyone could just know when! We could be stressfree about … Continue reading

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