Category Archives: Spiritual Maturity

Where is God in the Loneliness?

I’ve actually put off writing this particular post because, to be honest, I’ve grown increasingly reluctant to say that God does this or God does that, or point at an occurrence and say, “Look what God did!” Over the course … Continue reading

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My Foiled Attempt at Christmas Martyrdom

I got a chance to play my martyr card last night at the Christmas Eve service. Our pastor, Sarah Shelton, preached a brilliant sermon (again), so I waited in line to praise her. When I told her what a great … Continue reading

Posted in Insight, Letting Go, Spiritual Maturity, Uncategorized | Tagged | 11 Comments