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The Difficult Questions

I am of the opinion that if you read the Bible thoroughly and honestly, you will run into stories which don’t seem to align with who you think God is or seem to contradict what you believe to be God’s nature.  Somewhere along the way, I think we’ve told ourselves it’s wrong to question anything […]


I have a small confession.  One of my biggest fears related to church is visiting a new church or group on a day where they are doing communion.  I grew up in a church environment where communion was going to happen the same everywhere, every Sunday–the bread plate would be passed, followed by the grape […]


Merry Christmas, everyone!  For many of you, Christmas is already over.  As of now, I still have 14 minutes, but the day will probably be over before I finish this post.  I didn’t want to miss the chance, though, to send my love and well wished to all of you.  To those of you I […]

Isaiah 35

I recently stumbled upon Isaiah 35.  I am half tempted to just stop there and tell you all to read it (which you should), but that would be a little bit of a waste of a blog post, right? For me, Is 35 came at the right time.  I don’t know what translation you are […]

Who Are You, Anyway?

Who are you? Really, who are you? Take a few moments and write it down. …. …. …. Now, go read Romans 8.  If you have been in church 5 minutes, then you have probably heard or read parts of this chapter.  Take a moment, though, to read the whole chapter.  Don’t skip over the […]

Sunday Musings

(N.B. This post is not about Romania. If you want to read about my travels, read what I wrote yesterday or stay tuned for more later in the week)  ‘Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.’ Jeremiah 33:3 I decided to start my day off with […]

Strange Dream

I had a strange dream this morning.  In this dream, weird zoo animals somehow got into my house (which later turned out to be a mobile home).  By weird, I mean these animals sort of resembled certain species of animals, but something was slightly off.  For example, there were some ostrich-like birds, but they were […]

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