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for: ‘July, 2009’

The Best One

I thought I’d share a short story I wrote a while back, I’m guessing four or five years ago.  I’m sure it needs heavy rewriting, but you know, I’m just going to offer it up as is.  [I’m having a few problems in getting the margins to “stay put” when I publish the page, so […]

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Derek Webb’s Controversial Music Video

I don’t listen to Christian music much.  I don’t buy it, and I’m not familiar with many of the artists.  I want truth, and I don’t find much of it in Christian pop or rock.  Granted, there may be some artists out there who are stating it like it is, but I’m not aware of […]

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When Life’s Responsibilities Seem Too Heavy to Bear

Have you ever wanted to disappear–just for a minute, an hour, a year?  I have.  When I feel overwhelmed, I want to crawl into a quiet spot and just be. I’ve been crazy over Anna this week.  She’s wistful and sad and full of angst, and I love that about her. This is now my […]

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Prop 8: The Musical

I have a question.  Okay, lots of questions, as you’ll soon see… Why is it that so many Christian writers and theologians refuse to answer the question, “Do we (as Christians) ‘pick and choose’ God’s laws we want to follow?” appropriately.  It doesn’t take a genius to see that we do.  So, we must answer […]

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Mother’s Autumn Plunge

Dear, sweet mother friends of mine (and men, too, who happen to be overworked and exhausted), guess what?  Karen Maezen Miller of Momma Zen: Walking the Crooked Path of Motherhood is coming here, to Rochester, MN, to give a one-day retreat in October.  [You’ll know how much Karen’s words have meant to me in the […]

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