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Category Archives: Theological Reflections

A Call for Available Vessels

You know God’s moving and people are repenting when they stop with their frantic activities for God and start listening to Him. On that Sunday morning when worshipping with a local church here in Atlanta, the pastor declared that they had started opening up space in their service for a time of listening for the […]

22 Bullets Later

I buried Daniel last Friday… He was 19 years old. He had a kid on the way… another kid who is going to grow up without his daddy in his life.  It’s been two weeks since he was murdered and I was hoping all the emotions would have faded by now but they haven’t. I’ve […]

Thoughts from Makoto Fujimura

I read this article on By Faith Magazine…  This is just part of the article… Good perspective from an artist… ————————————————— In his book Refractions: A Journey of Faith, Art and Culture, renowned artist and PCA elder Makoto Fujimura writes that God has taught him as an artist and a follower of Christ to live […]

A good thought from Dr. Swain

I have been loving school and wanted to share a nice little nugget of truth one of my professors just wrote.  It really encouraged me tonight as I face the struggles of life in a broken “not yet” fully redeemed world… God is God and I am not. He is in control and I can […]

The “Failure” of the Cross…

“Count it a blessing that you’re such a failure… Your second chance might never have come…” – David Bazzan (Pedro the Lion) If I wasn’t such a failure at almost everything I do,  than I wouldn’t get the chance to witness and appreciate the miracles of Jesus.  Our failures and lack of faith open up […]

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