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If the blogosphere is a library, then perhaps what is needed is not so much deterrents to voices within the blogosphere — but rather thoughtful discernment in the readers?
The only call on a Christian is to build every platform into the shape of an altar, to shape every platform into the form of sacrificial service.
What seems like the discouraging ashes of your hopes — can be the nurturing ashes of your growth.
God doesn’t call you to a convenient life — He calls you to an important life.
The People of the Cross repent of loving our agendas more — instead of interrupting our agendas because we love Jesus most.
We get to be like Jesus to people as they march to their own drum. And it’s only Jesus who gets to change drums.
Having Christian convictions can’t ever negate having Christ’s compassion.
We will never reflect the image of Christ to the world — unless we see the image of God in everyone.
When the church opens its arms to change the world’s story — this is what changes the story of the church in the world.
If forgiveness isn’t central to our faith, is our faith really Christian?
Scars are where the strength gets in — our breaking is where our strength gets in.
When you really want to run away from everybody – is when you really want to be found by just somebody.
Only speak words that make souls stronger — and speak ill of no one and well of everyone.
God invites our questions and pleadings rather than our despair and silence.
You can always count on it: Jesus is bendable Light, warmth around every unexpected corner.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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