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TGIF

Thank God It’s Friday! It’s funny how often we say that phrase and its famous acronym on the other 51 Fridays of the year, and how rarely we apply it to today, the Friday for which we ought to be … Continue reading

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Advent Adventures: Literally? (Part 1)

‘Get on with it, Lord!’ I heard myself praying those less-than-reverent words in the opening days of Advent, as I considered the state of the world – the Paris attacks, the Syrian refugee crisis, the environment, the economy; pain and … Continue reading

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The (Other) L-Word, Part 1

Back in the early days of Disciplehood – long before this Words Superseries was a twinkle in my heart, I inadvertently stole my own thunder and wrote a post about love, called The L-Word. Today, though, I want to talk about another L-word: … Continue reading

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