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Read my latest blog entries (below) or visit my blog, Kindling, to become a fireseed who will spread the holy flames of God’s love and forgiveness to people around you.
My Latest Blog Entries:
Karen Purpero is a long-time friend with creative gifts. Including writing. Enjoy this reflection from her. Two months ago Vince, Anthony and I completed a theology class as part of our continuing education with Cru called “God, Man and Holy Spirit,” taught by Dr. Todd Miles. One of our assignments was to write a meditation […]
Once a month I write a letter to the wonderful Prayer for Prodigals community I am part of. Often those letters, though specific to those who love a prodigal, apply to any or all of us in the challenging circumstances of life. We have now entered into spirit and heart preparation for the June 2 […]
Once a month I write a letter to the wonderful Prayer for Prodigals community I am part of. Often those letters, though specific to those who love a prodigal, apply to any or all of us in the challenging circumstances of life. This is the first in a devotional series–Lessons from the Wilderness–preparing our hearts […]
February 17 has been designated Random Acts of Kindness Day. (I’m not sure who gets to make all these “Day Designations.”) But surely Random Acts of Kindness is a good one. Looking to be kind on one day can lead to more days–and maybe a way of life. Intentionality can create change. So here are […]
“You are such a know-it-all.” These words from a close high school friend stung. I may have defended myself to her, and probably felt some resentment. But the words lingered and I thought about why she would say that. Yes, did have a tendency to think I am right, that I know what is best, […]