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Some Thoughts on Communion

God has been present to me in so many ways—in moments of prayer, in the natural beauty all around me in my North Bend home, and sometimes, in the rituals of the church.  God shows up in surprising places and … Continue reading

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Out of Bondage, Into Freedom (part two)

You can read part one here. I am filled with gratitude for God’s freeing power and grace. At the same time, I don’t want to gloss over how hard living into some of this liberation has been.  The liberation that … Continue reading

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Out of Bondage, Into Freedom

God called me out of bondage into freedom in the moment my first child was born: I was twenty three, fundamentally unchurched, reasonably content in my liberal, secular-humanist worldview, when God took advantage of my hormone-logged postpartum daze and hit … Continue reading

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