Checking in.

Hi. I’m Jon. I’m still around. I’ve been rerunning some reflections on Psalms for the past two weeks (apart from the posts from Rich Dixon). It grows out of my morning readings of Psalms for the past few months. I decided that a way to learn a worldview would be to spend time listening to […]

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Dear God. I don’t know what to do.

“Dear God. I don’t know what to do. I am completely lost. So help me with this call.” That’s the prayer, written on a piece of paper in front of me. I’m guessing it is like many prayers written on many pieces of paper. It is like the prayers that I read when I flip […]

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Too busy.

Rich Dixon takes a moment out of his busy season. It’s crazy season at FREEDOM TOUR headquarters – AKA our living room. Happens every year. Our biggest event occurs next weekend. No matter how much pre-planning we do, a certain level of panic always sets in. “Trust God and freak out” seems to be our […]

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Taking small moments to remember big things.

Sheepscot Bay is just off the Maine coast. It’s part of the Atlantic Ocean and is much too large for an iPhone camera to contain. And yet every day, at beaches like this, we pull out our phones and cameras. We do our best to capture the sounds, the images, the perspective, the immensity, the […]

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An invitation to community.

On two Saturdays, two small groups of young leaders worked to understand Psalm 133. Dietrich Bonhoeffer quotes the first line of Psalm 133 as the first line of Life Together. That’s his book from 1939, describing a way to approach Christian community. Because it was written from his experience leading an illegal seminary in Nazi Germany, Bonhoeffer is credible […]

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