Monthly Archives: May 2015

What’s the point? Finding your calling

Finding your calling Of all the works of God’s creation, I think ecosystems are the most beautiful. Ecosystems bring together the living and the non-living into complex relationships that are balanced precariously but exquisitely. I live in what ecologists here … Continue reading

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What’s the point? Made to worship

Made to worship Camping in San Diego County is usually not a particularly chilly affair, even in winter. It was January and my oldest son, Ryan, and I were camping in the nearby mountains. His Cub Scout pack was attending … Continue reading

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What’s the point? Loving God and Loving People

Loving God and Loving People Snow was falling lightly when we arrived at the launching site with our raft and supplies. It was May in northern Idaho and a cold spring weather system was sitting on the Bitterroot Range. The … Continue reading

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What’s the point? Discovering our purpose

Discovering our purpose Last night our church put on a steak dinner, really just an excuse to get as many men together as possible for a couple of hours. And since men seem to be biologically incapable of turning down … Continue reading

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Creation Care and a Bundled Worldview

Creation Care and a Bundled Worldview Is it just me, or does it seems like every company now bundles all of their┬áservices and products so that the consumer has no choice but to buy it all, whether we need it … Continue reading

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Redeeming tragedy

Redeeming Tragedy Around 12:50 pm on Thursday April 30, 2015, a car full of high school students was struck by a fast-moving vehicle as they attempted to pull into the West Hills High School parking lot across oncoming traffic. Two … Continue reading

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