Category Archives: Prayerful living

Living in a Kairos Moment

The ancient Greeks had two understandings of time. One was called Chronos referring to chronological time, and the other is known as Kairos time. Kairos refers to an opportune time, a time or season requiring action. It seems we are … Continue reading

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Transformation

Transformation… The first time Bea came out to us, she was in high school and I was serving as an associate pastor in a church. We had wondered if she was gay, but somehow we were still surprised to hear … Continue reading

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Hands and Feet

I don’t know about you, but I have been overwhelmed with the news stories lately, that remind us that there is so much brokenness in the world. What I find especially disheartening is when different people groups are discriminated against … Continue reading

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Transformation

Life has a way of changing like the seasons. Transformation comes as we allow ourselves to be reborn through them,  leaning into the One who made us, into the One who continues to make us new. It is often a … Continue reading

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Love Affair

“Let your religion be less of a theory and more of a love affair.” – G.K. Chesterton The greatest love affair in my life has been with God. When I was a small child, God made God’s love and presence … Continue reading

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Living from the Inside Out

I have been contemplating on what it means to live from the inside out. It seems the depth and balance in life comes from withdrawing to be in solitude with God, and then living from that inner place. And when … Continue reading

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