Category Archives: Christians at Work

Praying Those People Out Of My Life… or not

“Take it away Lord,” or even, “Take him away Lord,” is a probable response to those who resident our lives, those contentious ones who make living uncomfortable. We wonder why this person must occupy a space we’d prefer be vacant. … Continue reading

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Knights of the Wrect-table

We purposed to read and hash about words penned by the disciple whom Jesus loved; we have and Lord willing will, yet even in this wrect-table mulling, a rabbit is sure to run occasionally. So it does. Scurrying from my … Continue reading

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Looting Livingstone and Embracing a Bigot’s Communism

Do not think me mad. It is not to make money that I believe a Christian should live. The noblest thing a man can do is, just humbly to receive, and then go amongst others and give. –David Livingstone A … Continue reading

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A Purposeful Meal Ticket

Conversing before BBQ in a local shanty, my friend opened his tote and withdrew notes from his studies, revealing a text of Scripture I’ve read often enough as I’m sure you have too. We would refer to it as the … Continue reading

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Crossed

V, I’ll call him. Read carefully because you may meet him one day too. The first time I met the man, I just knew there was no way on earth I could like him. He is a very set in his … Continue reading

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