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Three Encouraging Thoughts to Get You Through the Week

posted by Carolyn Henderson

Not everyone’s Monday is actually on Monday. But regardless of what day your week starts, it’s highly likely that it’s not a smooth transition from your day off to your day on. This low point of our week, when we grab […]

Jesus Isn’t All You Need — He’s All You’ve GOT

posted by Carolyn Henderson

Has this ever happened to you? You’re in a social situation, somebody asks you how you’re doing, and since the most significant event in your life lately has been the loss of your job, or the diagnosis of a serious […]

Reading through the Bible in a Year (YAWN)

posted by Carolyn Henderson

I did the most deliciously naughty thing in the bathtub last night. There. I knew we couldn’t communicate until you put your coffee cup down and focused on me. I read a book while I was soaking, which isn’t naughty […]

Is Your Job Meaningless?

posted by Carolyn Henderson

In this technological age, one of the means of entertaining ourselves is typing random sentences into search engines and seeing what comes up. So the Norwegian Artist, in a inexplicable fit of, well, even he can’t explain why he did […]

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Why Doesn't God DO Something?
On one of the Christian Google-Plus communities I follow, a perfidious little troll regularly posts photos of starving children, highlighting his point with accompanying commentary like, "Where is the good and gracious God?" Actually, he's more verbally adroit than that -- quite clever

posted 7:55:57pm Sep. 01, 2014 | read full post »

“Jesus Loves You!” -- Enough, Already
I don't know about you, but I am tired of being told, at every store I enter or order from online, that I am receiving the lowest prices -- ever! The statement is made so much and so sweepingly, that I don't remotely believe it, and when at Store B -- with the lowest prices in town -- I found thr

posted 7:51:58pm Aug. 28, 2014 | read full post »

When Mighty Church Leaders Fall, Do They Crush the People Underneath?
In our younger years, my husband the Norwegian Artist and I bicycled through small-town America, and for housing, we often asked a local church if we could camp in their basement. Encountering everything from open-armed hospitality to outright hostility, we ultimately found ourselves attending a l

posted 7:14:29pm Aug. 27, 2014 | read full post »

Are We Being Bullied to Think a Certain Way?
Think of the term, Judeo-Christian values. We bandy it about, especially we Christians, and the idea is that, because Jews and Christians share a common heritage (the Old Testament, and Abraham as our collective father), we should support one another, without question (although I'm not sure if

posted 8:04:15pm Aug. 25, 2014 | read full post »

Christianity Is Not a Political Party
We have two sets of friends that we have always wanted to put together in the same room: Set A is classic U.S.A. Republican party, and they worship George W. Bush. The world ended on the day he left the White House, and if they believed in saints, George would be greater than Peter. [caption i

posted 7:11:11pm Aug. 22, 2014 | read full post »


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