Monthly Archives: October 2012

Candyland

Lately, there are entire chapters of the bible that mystify me. I’ve been cautioned to not share somethings online, in a very public forum. That my words shared were “eternal” and somehow “permanent”, but these chapters perplex me enough to … Continue reading

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My worst moment as a father

You know why the Bible is believable? Why it emerges as the clear winner among the contenders of faith? Because it’s main characters and supporting cast members are horribly flawed and broken. Right up until we see Jesus in its … Continue reading

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Just what I needed to hear

There’s a great line in the “Matrix” movies. Neo comes out of the Oracle’s apartment, anxious to tell Morpheus that he’s not “the One”. With the words a 1/2 inch behind his lips on the cusp of being released, Morpheus … Continue reading

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The Island of misfit gluten

I’ve had a couple of conversations with people about some gear shifts in my faith, as of late. What I believe, my doctrine, hasn’t changed.  I’m still cool with the Nicene Creed, for example. But rather, especially lately, as related to … Continue reading

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Last day on earth

For the past 6 weeks or so, I’ve had an unusual set of experiences. Traveling back to the Himalayan mountains, excluded.  Which is as weird to write as it is to read, that is to say – take those days in the … Continue reading

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Sinking Stones, Skipping Stones

Breakdown About 6 months ago, I stopped going to lower case “c” church. I guess you could say I had a “Groundhog Day” moment. I’d found myself awake one Sunday gathering – listening to the spiritual equivalent of “I got … Continue reading

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