But if God really does love and care for God’s people, then what could honor God more than sharing our deepest hurts?
What the Teacher was saying seemed to sound less like religion and more like relationship.
Sometimes, we have to look through the weirdest circumstances to encounter God. This is a story of one of those times.
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Last week’s discussion about how the language we use to describe God often turns into efforts to control and constrain God has provoked some interesting dialogue over the past several days. One of the continuing conversations I’ve been having along those lines is how easily our prayer language can turn into that same kind of … Continue reading Prayer language and the church of “me”