Monthly Archives: July 2013

Heads, Hearts, and Hands

We are complicated beings. The greatest command given to us is an indication of the diverse essence of our humanity. Loving the Lord with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength is the overarching theme of our purpose. We must consider these aspects as avenues of accepting, treasuring, and living our faith. Are you the […]

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Scandalizo is the latin word for scandalize; more specifically, it is the present active indicative form of the word. The¬†good news of Christ crucified for sinners is scandalous – a stumbling block so large that it will crush any who fall underneath. It seems as if our culture has attempted to transform this cornerstone into […]

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Accumulating Grief

The typical consensus on grief is that it comes in stages. This theory basically posits that once tragedy hits us we will eventually work our way through denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. This has not been my experience. While this notion of stages may be helpful and even accurate in some cases, I […]

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