Spiritual Resiliency and the Age of the Universe

Spiritual Resiliency and the Age of the Universe

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I often counsel and offer spiritual resiliency to those struggling with difficulty in their lives. Lately, I’ve found myself using a good deal of “street level” apologetics. That is, I find myself having to hold the door open to possibilities that some have found impossible due to upbringing and culture. My goal isn’t to “convince” anybody, rather, I simply want…

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Songs of Freedom and Life

Songs of Freedom and Life

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Happy 2017 everyone! I finally have a new (as in, not recycled from the past) list of songs for you all! Beginnings are wonderful things to me. I’m not much on the middles of life (middles of projects, years, papers, races, and etc.) and endings are OK, but I do love my beginnings. When God set up the space-time continuum…

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Songs for Christmas 2016

Songs for Christmas 2016

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We are excited to share two Christmas playlists this year. The first is a collection of traditional carols and the second consists of more non-traditional songs that may be new to you (hint, don’t judge the second playlist by its first song!). If you want even more songs check these, these, and these from previous years. Merry Christmas!    

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Songs of the Christian Experience (2)

Songs of the Christian Experience (2)

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This is not, in fact, Paul doing the posting. This is Liz. I just forgot to sign in under my name. Actually, with some tongue-in-cheek sarcasm, Paul asked me to post this playlist, “because women are really more emotional and experiential than men.” (Which is hilarious coming from the man who writes poetry for his wife, becomes overwhelmed when singing…

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Songs for Commitment (1)

Songs for Commitment (1)

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Here are Songs for Commitment remade in Spotify. Happy Tuesday friends!  How is everyone’s week going? Hopefully these songs will encourage your heart while you seek to faithful serve our Christ. I Peter 4:10-11 “Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.  If anyone speaks, he should do it…

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Monotony: The Silent Destroyers of Marriages II

Monotony: The Silent Destroyers of Marriages II

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When we left you yesterday, both of us were sitting on the couch on a Thursday evening in a state of shared fatigue. The question we asked about this situation was: Do you notice these types of moments as vital to your marriage? How should you think about them? What is their significance? First, these types of moments happen nearly every…

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