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Lori Stanley Roeleveld
Disturber of Hobbits - Making comfortable Christians continually late for dinner!
Disturber of Hobbits - Making comfortable Christians continually late for dinner!
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If you follow my blog, you know how highly I value creativity. We serve a creative Creator and are made in His image. I believe that exercising creativity in every area of life is part of the joy of following in His footsteps. It’s rare that I use this…
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There once was a city that became so evil, so destructive, so influenced by its evil prince who was fascinated by death, the only right response for citizens seeking life, was to move to the forest. Life in the forest was hard. No one could do it alone,…
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If your father gave you a sword, the first thing he would teach you is to handle it with care. “Swords are sharp,” he’d say, with a serious scowl. “They’re sharp for a purpose and you’ll learn to use it for that purpose but you must respect the blade.…
Faith as Blood Sport
Faith as Blood Sport
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Whenever I encounter older people who are cranky, unpleasant, or critical, I wonder how I’m going to avoid becoming just like them. Recently, I stumbled on part of the answer. I took a quick trip south for a wedding. My luggage was very important – the…
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You are not God. Maybe you don’t need to hear that, but I need repeated reminders. You are not God, and that is okay because you’d make a lousy one compared to the God who is! Here’s another truth I need to tape to my mirror: You are not every part of the…
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“You need to get to the hospital. Your dad fell.” Three weeks ago, those words altered my August, finishing off a summer that will go in the record books as my worst. It had already been the hardest summer of my adulthood. I’m working on a book I’ve…
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You have to really listen to people. Not only what they say, but also what they don’t say. The whole story is told, not only in what is said, but also in what is held back. Take this blog, for example. Readers sometimes applaud my transparency. I do try…
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Are you as tired as I am of all the talk? It’s as if the air is peppered with speech bubbles loaded with expletives, punctuation marks, angry statements, and words of complaint, argument, indignation, or offense. They pounce at us from the lunchroom at…
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