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Hurry Up and Wait

I’m not a big fan of waiting. I get irritated watching my Keurig machine brew a cup of coffee. I glare at the microwave for at least the last 15 seconds of pretty much any cooking time. And when my kids … Continue reading

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Hindsight Part 4: Bragging or Complaining?

If you’ve ever visited a Disciplehood page before, you’ve probably come across a Hindsight hyperlink. (They look exactly like the word two words to the left of this sentence.) That’s because back in the earliest months of the Disciplehood blog, I posted … Continue reading

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KeenerPhobia

Sometimes, even worship leaders need to choose the lesser of two evils. The greater of two evils, in this case, is when parishioners’ subconscious minds forget that they’re not in junior high school anymore. In our teenage years, many of … Continue reading

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God is Passionate

The last Sunday of Lent is normally referred to as Palm Sunday, but it has another name, too: Passion Sunday. That’s why, way back around Shrove Tuesday, I decided to bookend Palm Sunday with Simple Truths posts titled God is … Continue reading

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Pastor’s Day, Part 2

Could you have a beer with your pastor? (And even if you could, would you want to?) I’ve had one with mine – and I hope to repeat the experience again soon. I attend Holy Trinity Anglican Church, where the Reverend … Continue reading

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