Pew Note 6-26-16

The Achilles heel of organized religion might be that we tend to tell people what to see instead of teaching them how to see.

Richard Rohr

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Pew Note 6-23-2016 (b)

Often the only thing that can break down your natural egocentricity is discovering that the qualities you hate in others are actually within you. You’re not so moral after all.

Richard Rohr

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Pew Note 6-23-2016

 “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift, and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a world that honors the servant, but has forgotten the gift.” 

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Pew Note 6-21-16

When you have God in a box in your head you lack the capacity to be surprised by God. And when you lack the capacity to be surprised by God you lack the capacity to experience grace.

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Pew Note 6-16-16

If you don’t feel comfortable sitting next to people in church, you probably don’t have any business telling them they are in your #ThoughtsAndPrayers. 

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Pre-departure checklist

It has become increasingly clear that I need to develop what I call a pre-departure check list. Apparently I have reached the stage of life where such measures are necessary. Truthfully, I would not have recognized the need except for my faithful, concerned, loving wife. Therefore, in the interest of avoiding embarrassment for her […]

Pew Note 5-29-16

THE REAL WORK

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Pew Note 5-27-16

Dallas Willard once wrote:

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Pew Note 5-26-16

Baseball teaches us, or has taught most […]

God’s Presence

At worse, we give lip service to God’s presence, but […]