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Pay Attention. Be Astonished. Tell the story.

Dr. Terry Nelson Johnson is a profound theologian, one whom I admire so much. He is the resident theologian at Old St. Pat’s Church in Chicago and has spoken at many events at which I have been in attendance. His … Continue reading

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Our Societal Diagnosis, IMHO: True Compassion is Missing

This is perhaps the hardest post I have ever written. By hardest, I refer to the amount of time I have spent thinking about how to formulate my words in such a way that honor the feelings I have, while … Continue reading

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What volume is your life at?

Let’s face it: we live in a noisy world. Tweets, texts, status updates, phones ringing, push notifications, televisions, iPads, tablets, big screens….we exist in a state of perpetual noise. I’ve talked about it before, but I’ll ask it again: does … Continue reading

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“Well I want a second glance, so give me a second chance.”

I’m thinking that I’m probably not the only one who has noticed a crazy increase in the number of shared stories on Facebook now – perhaps due to the ease of hitting “Share” now. But whatever the reason, I’ve been … Continue reading

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