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During my first year of seminary, I thought that I could have it all. I was a full time master’s student in a residential cohort and interning at a church in Ashland while also helping to lead Young Life in Bucyrus (a 45 minute drive). Papers and events and responsibilities had me stretched extremely thin,… Continue reading Comparison, The Thief of Joy
The latest in the long stream of novels which serve to both sharpen and soften my image of reality features a world being attacked by darkness. Demon kings slipped through slices in the muscle tissue of the world and have begun to lay waste to land and beings alike. They are tenacious and horrific, sliding… Continue reading Hoping For A Healer
When you said that my sermon had “linguistic texture,” you were letting me know that I can preach as I was made to preach. You passed that warmth, that freedom from hand to hand— look back now, and see, a line of the empowered, to whom you gave holy permission and a compassionate, knowing nudge. … Continue reading Sunday Afternoon Poetry: Dr. Thompson
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