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The Truest Thing About You: Who Are You? (Book Review)

David Lomas begins his first book by asking us, “what is the truest thing about you?” That’s the defining question that he’ll explore throughout The Truest Thing About You: Identity, Desire, And Why It All Matters. He shares his struggle over identity … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Turn The Lights On (Matthew 5:13-16)

Several years ago, George O’Leary was a highly successful ACC football coach with a 52-33 record, and was hired by the University of Notre Dame to be the twelfth coach of the Irish football program. But within days, it was … Continue reading

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My Secondhand Story (A Mustard Seed Musing)

This isn’t my experience, but that of a friend, and with permission, I share it here with you. My friend was born poor. His father had a job as a handyman, getting by but never really thriving. When his mother … Continue reading

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Rush: What Are You Chasing? (Movie Review)

“Everyone is driven by something.” That’s the tag for Ron Howard’s Rush, the biopic about Formula One racers James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) and Niki Lauda (Daniel Bruhl) and their pursuit of the championship in 1976. While there are certainly other actors … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: You Want Me To What???

I’d recommend you read Genesis 6-9 before you read this. Or you could just keep it handy. Or read this and wonder what I’m talking about. Anyway… Noah seemed like a good idea… and then Friday it rained and rained … Continue reading

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Rob Bell, God, and What He’s Talking About

I’m aware that Rob Bell means a lot of things to a lot of Christians. Some Christians see him as a breath of fresh air; some think he’s the sign of the times, that he’s watering down Christianity until religion … Continue reading

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