Monthly Archives: January 2011

Seeing his thoughts

Jake is a writer.  My son, whose chief foe has been understanding and expressing himself in verbal and written language, loves to write.  He writes every day now, for hours.  He’s written reams of pages over recent months, filling several … Continue reading

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In-between…

I’m in-between.  I don’t like being in-between, but I  find myself there, in one way or another, very often.  Sometimes, however, there is a signficant In-Between, a season you recognize will most likely be a marker of some sort.  That is where I am.  He’s … Continue reading

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God’s signature on His work

I have shared on here my latest journey of discovery with God.  My last blog recaps the steps in this journey thus far so I will not repeat them here.  I also shared that I am studying a published Bible study, “Faithful, Abundant, True”.  … Continue reading

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The guardian of my heart

I have been working my way through a published study, “Faithful, Abundant, True”. It was the final day’s study from Priscilla Shirer that initiated this most recent journey of discovery with God.  That quiet-time back in December led me to write the blog “The fear of being … Continue reading

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In the know

Don’t you hate it when you discover something that everybody else seems to already know?  After all, how can you know it until you know it?  A quote from John Piper struck me last Tuesday as I read it, in an advertisement … Continue reading

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