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I am grateful for John the Baptist's indictment.
Like everything else in human experience, sometimes our longings need to be reoriented and redeemed.
I watched the full moon cover mundane scenes with its glow. Isn't this what Advent is about?
Repentance—getting in touch with our roots—is the ultimate retro.
We’re watching our country go through the rejection of its political and religious institutions. Why are they important?
This year, as I meditated on my longing, my pregnant hope, I located it on that table, somewhere between the salad and the ravioli, when our imperfect lives came together.
Part of being a pastor is dealing with impossible expectations for worship.
"You're not that cool. You matter so much less than the word of God," Rachel Adams says to her pastor.
There are no questions about where I have been, as he flings chubby toddler arms around my neck.
It’s hard to ignore the crushing, emotional response from many of the Evangelical movement’s leaders.
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