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Kristin

God is ready to do a new thing in you. Are you ready, too?

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In the gloaming

by Kristin on December 10, 2013

in Love, family & community

I’m wondering if to be in the gloaming is to understand Advent.

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Perhaps empty & stuck aren’t such strange Advent feelings…”

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Considering yet another negative effect of misplaced guilt…

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Wondering (again) if Christians Against Christians is the right route.

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Compassion is one of life’s most important—and painful—lessons.

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Should difficult times be left buried in the past or mined for some good?

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Redefining fire

by Kristin on October 15, 2013

in Belief, doubt & hope

Examining my own “on fire” experience as I celebrate the release of a friend’s memoir.

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Not everything bears repeating, but some truths certainly do.

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Maybe validating someone’s feelings doesn’t always involve understanding them.

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