Friday Photo – Open and Vulnerable

Last night I listened to several podcasts on my iPod while working. After listening to Arainna Huffington extol the virtues of sleep, I listened to Brene Brown describe the power of vulnerability. She set me to thinking about life, faith and modern discussions of authenticity. It seems … Continue reading

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Lyle Thought He Had It Rough . . . Until Bonhoeffer

Earlier today I listened to my friend Chris Seay’s sermon from this past Sunday. I admit, I do not listen to many. Maybe I should. Seay quoted Miroslav Volf who questioned how well someone in the West, think Western Europe and America, “gets” suffering and its cause radical … Continue reading

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