Love is a Song
There’s nothing more beautiful than the blend of mathematics, emotions, melodies, harmonies, and instruments (vocal and otherwise) that is the gift of song. I do not share in that gift. Both of my parents studied music in college, sing and play instruments. I did not inherit this gift, but I appreciate its imperceptible ability to sway the human spirit.
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Our lives overload us with a problem of ‘too’. We’re overwhelmed with too many choices, too many distractions, leaving us with too little time. Continue reading Be Still and Know
I have taken some time to read three books recently that have helped shed light on my current struggles. That’s not generally something I do. Usually I use books a means to learn something or entertain myself. But these three books have really been helpful for me. Continue reading “Oodles of Books, December Playlist”
My friend, Juliette, challenged me to a month of thankfulness, and so I thought that I would write about that here. So now that Inktober is over, let the #thirtydaysofthanksgiving begin!
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On this segment of pop culture preacher, I’ll be talking about the Lord of the Rings trilogy. So spoilers if you haven’t seen that, but – really? – it came out in the early 2000s? Go watch it. Also, spoilers for the Bible. Same response if you are concerned with spoilers for that too (+/- a couple millenia).
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“You deserve this,” the voice says.
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