Tag Archives: reconciliation

Rebuilding on the Ruins

“But I will restore you to health and heal your wounds,” declares the LORD, “because you are called an outcast, Zion for whom no one cares.” This is what the LORD says: “I will restore the fortunes of Jacob’s tents … Continue reading

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Broken Things

I don’t like it when things get broken. Don’t like it one bit. But, God has a hankering for broken things. He has to have them. He searches for messes beyond measure. Because NOTHING lies beyond His restorative reach. NOTHING. … Continue reading

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WANTED: More Hands

When a mission comes to a close, we’re like two horses headed for the feed barn. Hungry for home. We unload. Unpack. Unwind. Reflect. Regroup. Recharge. But, the ecstacy of living out our call is quickly diminished by the news of … Continue reading

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Ready to Launch

For the next 40 days, we’ll be blogging with regard to our ninth mission trip across the U.S. This journey will take place from Sept. 2nd – Oct. 11th. We’ll post entries, photos, and videos from the road. Our mission … Continue reading

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Plan Faith (filmed at the Jordan River)

We live in a world of plan B’s and back-up plans…and back-up plans for our back-up plans. This is not the way of Plan Faith. The back-up plan for walking in faith is always… …more faith. “NOW FAITH is the assurance … Continue reading

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The Myrrh of God’s Mission

There are two kinds of pain. The pain of being outside God’s will, and the pain of being inside God’s will. Having experienced both, I’d take the latter any day. Jesus was extremely clear when He warned that living out … Continue reading

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HIS STORY

The last time we ever set eyes on one another was the day our divorce papers were notarized. Once we parted ways in the parking lot of the notary public, we NEVER saw or heard from one another again. NEVER. … Continue reading

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Can THESE Bones Live?

1 The hand of the LORD was on me, and he brought me out by the Spirit of the LORD and set me in the middle of a valley; it was full of bones. 2 He led me back and … Continue reading

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