Monthly Archives: March 2011

Centering

I have been taking pottery lessons for the past 8-9 weeks. There is a lot to learn and I am enjoying the experience. I have created some pieces that I am reasonably pleased with. In addition to the pleasure of … Continue reading

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Good Thoughts

From Crazy Love by Francis Chan: Oswald Chambers wrote, “Never make a principle out of your experience;   let God be as original with other people as He is with you.” To  that I would add, “Be careful not to … Continue reading

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God Wants Us

More from McManus’s Soul Cravings If those who are the religious elite are closest to God, why is it that they are so rarely closest to love? If God is love, those who know God best would love people most. Jesus … Continue reading

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The Love of God

The following is an excerpt from Soul Cravings by Erwin McManus which I am currently re-reading. I had been invited to speak to a group of Muslims, specifically about the history of Christianity. Pressed by my translator to answer a … Continue reading

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