Monthly Archives: May 2015

The (Other) S-Word: Done?

Over the past five months, I’ve written more than 13,000 words in 10 blog posts on the topic of the Holy Spirit. I think that might be enough. Not because I’ve provided (or even acquired) a fulsome understanding of the … Continue reading

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The (Other) S-Word, Part 10: Filled

Today is Pentecost, which according to some is the second-most important Sunday in the Christian year (after Easter). But in a lot of churches, it just feels a lot like any other Sunday. That’s too bad, and a lot of … Continue reading

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Li’l Abner

In Anatomy of a PsalmSong, I told you about my first encounter with a guy named Barry, who declared that I have the Spirit of David upon me – flattening me with a very unexpected and much appreciated blessing, despite the fact … Continue reading

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