the problem with numbers

"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations..." Matthew 28:19 (ESV) Last time I checked, verse 20 doesn't say "..and make sure you have the numbers to prove it!" So it continues to befuddle me the churches that use numbers... Continue Reading →

Hope is a choice.

I stumbled upon Curious Faith thanks to a devotional piece written by the author, Logan Wolfram, for the study on Lent last February. And just recently I loaned it to a friend. I'm sure this book will be a lot... Continue Reading →

A Crazy Kind of Hope

I spent Tuesday night reeling from the insanity of the election results just like the rest of you. And I was angry at first, angry that this man was voted in (I kindly asked my husband if from now on... Continue Reading →

Anxiety, anger, and faith.

I've been trying to faithfully read the Lent study every morning from  and this morning was about running from the inevitable rescue from our Savior (i.e. The story of Jonah). Today's writer posed a very good point; "When I row away... Continue Reading →

Faith: The struggle is real.

In the past I have not been bold about my faith. Mostly because I feel like such a doubting Thomas on a good day, and like a fraud the rest. I'm not perfect, I'm just me.  I have wrestled my... Continue Reading →

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