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Wolves Not Far

We can argue about Christian media consumption in some other blog post. In this one, I’m just gonna say it; I love the television show “The Walking Dead”. Love it. My Google calendar had the season premiere marked for last Sunday. I even had a timer set on my phone to keep me from missing […]

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Ministry & Leadership

Captives

  I am way too emotional. It’s not always a bad thing, but it definitely is right now. It’s been one of those weeks where virtually nothing has gone the way I planned, everything is upsetting me and nothing anyone says makes me feel better. Little by little, I’ve begun feeling locked up inside of […]

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Parenting

Katherine Update 11-19-14

I’m thinking it might be a good idea to occasionally post updates on the kids here, particularly updates on Katherine. Facebook really isn’t a good venue for that sort of thing given that her medical information is a bit extensive. We met with Katherine’s team at the Thompson Center as a part of a routine […]

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Ministry & Leadership

The joy of a life unlived.

One of the things I enjoy most at church is watching baptisms, and I got to witness six of them today.  Among the six was a very close friend of mine, one of the first people I became close to at Karis. Before our pastors baptize a believer, they always give the individual a chance […]

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Community

Church full of bloggers.

One of the cooler things about Karis is that 3/4th’s of the congregation has their own blog. That’s probably an exaggeration, but it’s not like anyone is going to do a headcount at church next week and prove me wrong. Anyway, the majority of the blogs are just family updates for extended kin to look […]

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Ministry & Leadership

The 27 year old adoptee.

Recent years have been like a crash course in adoption for me, which is strange given that I’m not adopting anyone. It started with a promotion at work, where I took on eight of my own clients. These clients were all adults, but most of them had spent time in foster care during their youth. […]

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