Monthly Archives: February 2012

Order Denotes the Divine

Leap Day is here. We’ve gone through a few changes to make adjustments to sync with the earth’s orbit of the sun. The things we do to find order. Continue reading

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Still Learning

Success is built upon failure. We can learn from our failures. Problem is, we Christians equate failure to something else. Continue reading

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How Will I Know

Without love this world can be like a tomb. We wonder about being loved. Whitney Houston seemed to ask for us all, “How Will I Know?” Continue reading

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Let Go

Twenty-eight years ago, on February 7, 1984, untethered astronauts first walked in space. Remarkably, we Christians were long ago called to walk untethered. Continue reading

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Give Credit

In the 2012 Florida Republican primary for U.S. president, candidates Romney and Gingrich hope to survive on their strengths. That may work for them. As for we Christians, in our weakness, how are we to survive? Continue reading

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