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The Storied God: How His Word Heals Our Stories

The Storied God: How His Word Heals Our Stories

In your strings is hid a music that no hand hath e’er let fall, In your soul is sealed a pleasure that you have not known at all; Pleasure subtle as your spirit, strange and slender as your frame, Fiercer than the pain that folds you, softer than your sorrow’s name. — G. K. Chesterton,”The

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Loving One Another Because We’re Made for Each Other

Made for Each Other ~ N. T. Wright As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another. — Proverbs 27:17 We are made for each other. Yet making relationships work, let alone making them flourish, is often remarkably difficult. We all know that justice matters, yet it slips through our fingers. We mostly know that

The Power of the Table

Like the sacramental use of water and bread and wine, friendship takes what’s common in human experience and turns it into something holy. — Eugene H. Peterson, Leap Over a Wall The Lord’s Table I find it interesting that the same kind of pull I have toward my table, Jesus Himself had toward a certain

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