Monthly Archives: August 2013

“We Believe; Help, Thou, Our Unbelief!” (Mark 9:24)

Unbroken is Laura Hildebrand’s phenomenal retelling of the incredible life of Louis Zamperini. Among it’s chapters are Zamperini’s recollections of years spent as a Japanese POW during World War II.  (Horrific it is to ponder the real evil that can … Continue reading

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The Power of Forgiveness

I welcomed today’s sermon on forgiveness — deliberately positioned on a Communion Sunday. Most immediately, it gives me cause to return to this blog —  a real source of joy, an outlet for my creativity.  (I regret the ways the … Continue reading

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