Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Haunting Holiness of Advent: “Do it Again, Daddy, Do it Again!”


Advent once imagined a season of hope. Advent once foreshadowed a season in which we replace the tragedy of today with the hope of the Day, yet to come. Advent once envisioned a season in which holy light celebrated the declension of all … Continue reading

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An Inconvenient God


I love convenience.  From pulling up to the pump and conveniently swiping my card to the ten item or less aisle in the grocery store – I LOVE convenience. In fact, on those rare occasions when the ‘pay at the pump’ … Continue reading

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