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“You get a strange feeling when you leave a place, like you’ll not only miss the people you love, but you miss the person you are at this time and place because you’ll never be this way ever again.” Azar Nafasi I don’t know who said it, but I have heard it said, “All great changes are preceded by chaos.” Chaos – that is a great description for what I...

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Jesus Didn’t Die to Just Save Me From My Sins

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I had just started college as a 17-year old and completed Rush (a recruitment week for sororities). I had pledged a sorority that week but was feeling a little nervous about the decision. As much as I liked the older sorority members I met during Rush, there was one girl that made me wonder if I really fit into the sorority life. She had been in the dorm...

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But we had hoped…

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Luke 24:  21 But we had hoped that he was the one to redeem Israel… For the past week, I was on vacation. Those who know me well know that I am not the best at “going on vacation.” Instead of vacationing, I tend to use my time off to attend conferences, visit family, or take on other productive endeavors, but this time I knew my heart...

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My bad theology- a holy week confession

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I have bad theology. Now that may not surprise some of you – heck you may have always thought that about me – but I have a way of looking at my faith and my relationship to the Divine that is downright destructive, and it took this Lent to help me see how my theology hasn’t just harmed my relationship to God, but has left me damaged in my...

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The Committee

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Friends, Here is a late posting because I wanted to share something special with you. I was blessed to be part of the finale of a web series called “the Committee” if you don’t know it check it out… The show shares the story of a church making the tough decision of closing its doors, or radically changing in order to remain open. I...

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