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Strapped in for a Wild Ride

If you go by the news reports, you would think that a fresh wave of madness has spread across the US. But it is only confirmed by the reporting of local events. Indeed, right here in my own neighborhood it … Continue reading

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Contextual Law and Divorce

We struggle against a vast ocean of cultural bias against revelation. For example: Do you understand that communion and spiritual unity demands individuality? If you are not reaching for the fullness of your heritage in Christ as a unique individual … Continue reading

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Progress in Pieces

Not in the sense of broken apart, I’m just tossing in a bunch of little things here. I kept the post-op cushioned leg immobilizer because that hinged brace is good only for walking around, and absolutely painful for resting. So … Continue reading

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Team Player

To be honest, much of the prophetic or teaching material I write is aimed at hammering guys. To the degree I see my own sins in the mirror, they are the sins I see most clearly in my world at … Continue reading

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Taste of Fellowship

The fundamental issue is who you are. On this blog, I strive to set the example. Not that you should follow me, but I want you to emulate how I follow Christ. The whole business of manifesting the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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Nothing New

I don’t have any revelations from God. All I have is this weird sense of waiting. So the wedding last night went off well enough. The State of Oklahoma makes us clergy folk the custodians of the marriage license once … Continue reading

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Heart of Faith: Insertion

(This was a delayed submission that will be in the book, inserted before my story.) Jeanette’s Story My parents were cold and unloving and had no idea how to prepare their daughters for living in this world. After I gave … Continue reading

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