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Category: theology

Giving Your Life Away

Over the next few weeks I’m going to post several things connected to Ronald Rolheiser’s important book Sacred Fire. I had been told by several it’s an especially helpful book for people in their 30s and 40s, and since I fall into that category I gave it a shot. Turns out my friends were right. […]


Category: theology

Beyond Polarization and Division

It’s all too easy to navigate life with others with an “Us Vs. Them” mentality. We are quick to judge and divide based on race, religion, politics, and much more. Using the ministry of Jesus as his framework, Dan White Jr. teaches about the disruptive power of giving affection to those on the other side […]


Category: theology

Redeeming Wanderlust

Rather than a life of Instagram worthy wanderlust, becoming a follower of Jesus is a humble embrace of a pilgrim path. On this episode Michelle Van Loon walks through what it looks like to follow Jesus while maintaining a status of an exiled wanderer in the world. Michelle is a wonderful writer and storyteller with […]


Category: theology

When is Enough, Too Much?

When is enough, too much? Are our goals of accumulation helpful or hurting? Rather than aiding our happiness, our pursuit of more has left many exhausted, isolated, and broken. In this episode, Chris Nye helps us find a better way. Chris Nye is a pastor and writer living in the Silicon Valley of Northern California. […]


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Holy Week Reflection

The Gospel of John includes a unique account of The Last Supper on Thursday of what we often call Holy Week. Though its most noteworthy action is Christ instituting the Communion meal as representative of The New Covenant, John’s account begins with Christ washing the disciples’ feet. Here’s the opening of John 13: It was […]


Category: theology

God’s Sovereignty and the Gospel

“God has assuredly promised his grace to the humble, that is, to those who lament and despair of themselves. But no man can be thoroughly humbled until he knows that his salvation is utterly beyond his own powers, devices, endeavors, will, and works, and depends entirely on the choice, will, and work of another, namely, […]


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