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Rethinking Church Unity

As I said in my last post, I never¬†expected to take a confirmation class and join a very liturgical denomination, yet now I'm doing just that and loving it. Perhaps the most important way God's using this experience so far is to debunk some myths about church that I've held onto for years. Myth #1:… Continue reading Rethinking Church Unity

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The Peace That Has Been Made: What Easter Says to Self-Injury

A lot of people associate Easter time with bunnies and eggs, sunrise services and songs, a cross and an empty tomb. I have all of those associations too. But I also associate Easter time with something else: self-injury -- and the freedom from self-injury that I believe God offers through the death and resurrection of… Continue reading The Peace That Has Been Made: What Easter Says to Self-Injury