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I’m starting the discussion on my book, Sonshift: Everything Changes in the Father’s Embrace” today. We’ll be looking at chapter one titled, “What is Sonshift?” Here’s what I would like to do. Each week (usually Monday), I will give a brief … Continue reading
This video is a live rendition of a song “Mercy” by Amanda Cook from her “Brave New World” album. We’ve been singing this song at our church. I especially like this verse… Oh love, great love Fear cannot be found in You And there will … Continue reading
Why is it that we prefer bad news to good news? (If you doubt this, just watch the news!) Why do we tend to think the worst of people when we hear a tale instead of thinking the best of … Continue reading
As I mentioned last month, I want to include you in the creation of a study curriculum for my book, Sonshift: Everything Changes in the Father’s Embrace. I will be posting my first questions from chapter one titled, “What is Sonshift?” next Monday, February 20th.
“Several martyrdom stories associated with the various Valentines that were connected to February 14 were added to later martyrologies, including a popular hagiographical account of Saint Valentine of Rome [martyred 269 AD] which indicated he was imprisoned for performing weddings for … Continue reading
Today is my birthday. I was introduced to this planet 61 years ago (on a Sunday). And like everybody else, spent the rest of my time trying to figure out why I’m here. After about 45 years of wandering and … Continue reading
This recent video from John Crowder is not really about Trump, American politics, immigration, antichrists, or whatever we think we should be for or against. It’s about something far more important, and it pretty much sums up my own thoughts. Regardless of what you think of … Continue reading