Showing memes to Jesus.

Nancy and I were sitting on the sofa the other night, looking at social media streams on our respective iPads. It’s what we do for part of our time. After I had showed her a couple things that made me laugh, and she showed me a couple. I said, “I’m so grateful for ___ and […]

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Following is more than buying books.

A bunch of guys, sitting around a campfire, laughing with Jesus. That’s what it was like. Or a group of women and men sitting on a hillside, trying to figure out what the truly good life looks like, with Jesus offering counsel, providing examples, challenging assumptions. We make being a disciple really complicated. So complicated […]

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Hopeless To Hope

Rich Dixon continues his story: +++ Last time I talked about the rearview mirror. I promised a recap of the view, minus the temptation to relive the glory days. For context, I should tell you my injury occurred at age 36. When I badgered my neurosurgeon for a prognosis, he told me I wasn’t likely […]

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Esther is a campfire story.

Esther is a campfire story. That’s what I realized several years ago. Here’s a taste of reading that way. It’s summer. Time for a campfire story. A dozen people, from different families, from little kids to grandparents. The s’mores are done. The fire has settled into a quiet flickering. And someone from across the circle […]

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