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Lighthouse Encounters of a Third Kind

I wish I could say that it is not often my pastor can throw one at me that catches me fully off-guard, but that would be basking in what I’ve not to offer. I would wrongly think that my love … Continue reading

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We Sent Them Away. They Left. Now What?

“Why would you start a school for Chinese girls?” a friend asked. “They don’t need to be educated to get married and have children.” These were the words asked of Lottie Moon after she identified her strategy to carry the … Continue reading

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Standing with the Saints… to Kick Someone’s Face In

Nursing the bruises, listening to the stories, and reading another blogger detail my own sinful sentiments; seems we really are a desperate lot for grace. Titled, “Today I Wanted to Forget About Jesus and Kick Someone’s Face In,” JS Park carries his readers … Continue reading

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Blue Parakeets All Along The Watchtower

Jess, from ‘cross the sea, of the most recent of churches to see forth to bishop women, stands in this article, Church of England?, with a defense, and a claw or two. An interesting close to her article… “The Church of … Continue reading

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Journaling in Distant Lands; Becoming Christian-ish

The missionary uses words that sound English enough but I’m not quite sure of their meanings. It seems one of his favorites is this ‘ish‘ type descriptive. Ish is an interesting word for by simply attaching it to the back … Continue reading

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