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Deborah L. W. Roszel
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Reconciliation
Recent events have many of us thinking, pondering, meditating on the state of relations among the diverse individuals who make up our nation. This evening, I'll be attending a meeting at my Atlanta church, Renovation, to discuss just that. Praying toward th...

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Reflecting on race and Ferguson's aftermath.

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Open the Gates
In the months since January 2011, when God released me from a self-imposed  fortress of rules and restrictions, I have come to understand more of the truth which makes us free, as promised by Christ when He walked among us. I have run and danced and imagine...

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A hopeful post in response to current events.

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Open the Gates
In the months since January 2011, I have come to understand more of the truth which makes us free, as promised by Christ when He walked among us. I have run and danced and imagined myself flying; I have played and rejoiced and celebrated in myriad ways. I h...

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Faith in What?
Thinking about faith, and what it is, and why it matters. The world as we perceive would not exist if not for faith. We cannot live in community without faith. I'm not sure we can live at all without it. We have to have faith in certain basic things, don't ...

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Why I Love to Teach, or The Joy of "x"
“Why?”
is a perfectly reasonable question. Fortunately, I ask it often, so when one of
my students inevitably wonders, I generally have a good answer ready. Any subject can inspire such a query, but solving for the unknown ("x") is almost  guaranteed to hav...

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From Fortress to Freedom
In January 2011,
God used a simple compliment to change my life. I had long struggled to be good
in the eyes of God and man. In my immature, perfectionist way, I had developed strict
rules and high standards designed to protect me from harm.   I effectively...

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Exhale - Five Minute Friday
Exhale? But what if there’s no air left to inhale? Isn’t it
better to hold my breath, concentrate on staying alive without breathing? There’s
too much in the air, too much discouragement, too much pain, too much
disappointment, too much negativism. It’s so ...

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Sailor Moon
Maybe because I'm currently reading Moby Dick , I want to call it a sailor moon. The air is crisp tonight, the wind fresh and sharp. I can imagine this moon sailing over a vast dark ocean, presiding over the battle between the seasons. Yesterday the heat se...
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