I wonder if you’ll indulge me this week as I take a break from the normal content of the newsletter to share the cover of my latest novel with you?
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“We’re not here to coast down the river. We’re here to reroute it …”
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I would never seek the pain, obviously, but accepting it reminds me of my humanity — of my ticking clock.
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The thing Job’s friends did right was they showed up and sat with him in his grief. I don’t need answers or perspective in my own grief; I just need…
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I’m looking for an escape to a temperature-controlled, silent cave where the perfect coffee blend is readily available. Sounds reasonable, right?
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I’ve always had an unhealthy fear of being labeled a “regular.” I guess it comes from not wanting to be known as the weird, old, loser guy who comes in…
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A glimpse into the night I sought and found solace in the Psalms.
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When I’m squeezed, I want people to see Jesus. That will only happen if I’m scheduling downtime for maintenance.
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Safety, comfort and security are the priorities of the world, but that shouldn't be the case for believers.
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Six tables full of people chatted and laughed. But something felt different to me, slower. I couldn’t put my finger on it. Until I picked up my phone …
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I don’t need to see God perfectly to know that he is good.
Whenever I find a new home for stuff in one of my memory boxes, it just feels right because I know it's a tangible reminder for someone I love.