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Make Us One: Souls, Soulmates, and Strangers

This blog series seeks to invite followers of Jesus to take seriously his prayer and call to unity. Doing so will require Christ followers to practice a form of civility much needed, but sorely lacking within the community of faith. 831 more words

Living Together

Simeon and Mozart, for the most part are good buddies. They wrestle and play together primarily in the backyard but now and then get started in the house and have to be invited outside. 910 more words

Pray, pray and never give up

Good Morning everyone.  People are still coming to Christ Jesus each and every day.  Yes, it is easy to let all the bad news occurring all around us to lose heart and hope but those of us who are followers of The Holy One of God need to keep praying.   1,173 more words

A Revolutionary Document

“Shisha, what’s all this Fourth of July stuff? What is the Fourth of July?”

“It’s a birthday! It’s the birthday of the United States of America!” 1,361 more words

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Hope for the World

The reason why I started this blog was because I care about the world. That may seem infantile to many but it’s the truth. I think more of us need to be more child-like in how we see the world with all its obvious wonders and fascinations. 295 more words

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Remaining Civil in Times of Disagreement

In a post by William K. Wolfrum  on Dagblog, he posted  a YouTube video of Dan Savage and his husband Terry talking to LGBT youth about how things do get better and not to panic. 2,528 more words

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Make Us One: Does unity and civility sacrifice conviction?

“Hope has 2 beautiful daughters: Anger and Courage. Anger at the way things are. Courage to ensure they don’t stay that way” -St. Augustine

“Where there is no vision, there is no hope. 1,535 more words

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