Monthly Archives: February 2021

Holy Exchange – What You Receive, Not What You Give Up

Even though I’m not Catholic, I took up the practice of Lent (the 40 days leading up to Easter that begins with Ash Wednesday) many years ago. This is a great invitation to reflect on and prepare our hearts for … Continue reading

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Gone Too Soon

Since I am not God, I obviously have no way to be certain, but I would not be surprised if one of the more common prayers He hears is for healing, both for the person offering the prayer and for … Continue reading

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Another Moses Lesson: Slow & Ugly Success Is Still Success

Have you ever run into a dead end, an end of the road that you hadn’t expected? Did you wonder when–or even if–God was going to show up to make things right? You’re not alone. Anyone who has developed an … Continue reading

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More Lessons from Moses – Being Set Apart

Last week we looked at some important lessons from when Moses burst onto the scene as a screaming baby in Exodus 2. This broader story, which really recounts God’s efforts to form His people into a unique monotheistic culture, has … Continue reading

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