Category Archives: Musings

This is the place for all of the posts that don’t fit into the other categories.

Immeasurable by Skye Jethani

I picked up Futureville a couple of years ago on a whim. I had never heard of Skye Jethani and, to be completely honest, I didn’t fully realize what the book would be about (I thought it was going to be … Continue reading

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November Goals

It’s normal to start setting goals in November, right? I mean, who waits until the New Year? In an effort to put into practice some of the things I learned while reading Jon Acuff’s Finish, I want to start setting goals … Continue reading

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Inktober 2017

I decided about a week into October that I wait participate in Inktober. One drawing, in ink, every day. It was a lot of fun and one of the conclusions I came to is that, if I can find a … Continue reading

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The Real Problem of Evil

I’m not sure why this has been on my mind the past few days, but it has. “The problem of evil” is a philosophical argument against the existence of God that is both all loving and all powerful. Basically, it … Continue reading

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Narnian Prophesy

We’ve been reading through The Chronicles of Narnia with our daughter this year. We’re on the second book, Prince Caspian, and I read this passage yesterday: “I-I left it too late,” said Susan, in an embarrassed voice. “I was so afraid … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day

From Saint Patrick by Jonathan Rogers “Before the Irish, no people had ever submitted to the Christian gospel who had not first submitted to Roman rule. The Irish were a fierce people. They had never bowed to the yoke of a … Continue reading

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Forbidden by Ted Dekker and Tosca Lee

There is a world where all emotions have been genetically removed from our brains…except fear. Fear keeps everyone in line but it also means everyone is little more than walking corpses. Into this world comes the ability for a few … Continue reading

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