Living Faithful Stories


Justice is not sentimentality, it is a movement for change. And it happens when we stop being spectators and involve ourselves in the stories of suffering and redemption.

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Hospitality and the Language of Knocks


Our household has learned to guess who might be at the door by the knock we hear.

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I’m Needy and Proud of It… Or Trying to Be


I’m starting to think it might be time to reclaim the word “needy” somehow.

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Resurrection in Cruel April


April is the cruelest month, breeding
lilacs out of the dead land, mixing memory and desire, stirring dull roots with spring rain.

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9 Questions raised by Hozier’s hit song “Take Me to Church”


I listened to Hozier’s Take Me to Church all Holy Week, an odd sort of spiritual exercise, I suppose.

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Poverty Stinks


Is it just me, or does poverty stink?

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Pearls In the Pigsty? Contact Without Fellowship in An Internet Age


MAR 17, 2015 | By: Josina Guess–So many on-line forums smell like virtual pig sties. Would it be best for those who love Jesus to just stay away?

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