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March Madness and The Improbable Union of Discipline and Delight


“The world is not lacking in God’s self-disclosing beauty and ever-present joy, but in attentiveness to God’s self-disclosing beauty and ever-present joy.” I concluded last week’s post with the above quote.   Essentially urging that God is not absent from us … Continue reading

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What if?


There are moments, even seasons, in my life when my desire feels ravenous.  As if I am simply never satisfied.  Ever craving bigger, better, more!  I use the term ravenous to mean intensely eager for satisfaction or gratification.  I have … Continue reading

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