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Does Mary do a Touchdown Dance?

I still remember blocking Steve’s spike in the final round of the volleyball tournament at our youth group summer camp. He had been the pastor of our group for seven years several years prior, had raised children, and was attending … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Too Proud to Exclaim

From working with high school students, I’ve learned that it’s rare to find a set of teenage siblings who are audibly proud of their parents. Put to it, many likely are, but usually competition between them drowns out any parental … Continue reading

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Omnipotence

Omnipotence A wispy dandelion seed aloft, Two twirls, a dip, and rising up again, Now tossed in tempest–at dawn laid down soft’ There placed by hands Divine. The same the rain And currents writhing, tides, they smother coasts, While lumb’ring … Continue reading

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