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when is a door not a door?

When it’s ajar. har har! We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed. Today I feel like a bit of a broken jar of clay. And a jar when broken doesn’t seem all that useful, does it? Like something… Continue reading when is a door not a door?

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Day 19: Who you are called to be

Calling feels like it’s a relatively new invention of humanity. It’s like something manufactured by post-modernists who either want everything to mean something profound or have absolutely no meaning whatsoever. Fast forward to now and calling is almost exclusively discussed in terms of vocation and professions. Ask someone randomly “What do you do” or “Tell… Continue reading Day 19: Who you are called to be

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nice work if you can get it

While I have to applaud the post from The Gospel Coalition today about working – click to read it here – I also found it a step short of where we have to go with it. Per usual really. What we have to be careful of is propagating the superiority¬†on either side. Our thought process… Continue reading nice work if you can get it