LOST Destinations

I have been told that I talk too much about LOST, but I can’t help but process all of the implications of the show and how they relate to our faith after new episodes air Tuesday nights. So please hang with me until May as I continue to reference the show. This blog is more of a rant and probably a jumbled mess, but it is a proper reflection where ...

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Blink

It is estimated that people blink 22 times a minute. That adds up to around 8 million blinks a year (give or take a few thousand blinks depending on how much you sleep). It is a small mechanical movement of our eye lids that all humans experience, yet we rarely think about how significant life can be if we measure it by blinks of an eye. I am sure you ...

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Faith in Haiti

“The last enemy to be destroyed is death. For he “has put everything under his feet.”” (1 Corinthians 15:25–27 NIV) Every time a natural disaster happens, the topic of religion and worldviews eventually becomes the focal point of conversation in the weeks and months afterwards. The earthquake in Haiti has proven to be no exception to this rule. One example of this is found in the words that Pat Robertson said ...

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Part 2: A Living Mystery

“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.” (Revelation 22:13 NIV) In my last blog I talked about how life sometimes feels like we’re “living a mystery.” This world can be confusing, God can feel distant or hidden at times, and we don’t know what danger could be lurking around the corner. All of this can lead to us feeling overwhelmed ...

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