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Anna Mussmann
Blogger, reader, analyzer, clinger to the Oxford comma, and confessional Lutheran.
Blogger, reader, analyzer, clinger to the Oxford comma, and confessional Lutheran.
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Perhaps then they remembered. They were there, as was I. You, too, were witnesses of these things. We stood at the crossroad, perplexed at Heaven’s sign. Bethlehem’s Star fell to His knees. The once and future King now bled through the streets. How could this be? A carpenter’s boy--crushed by the wood of His own making. Something was wrong, terribly wrong. Crucifixion was nothing new—but this?

This was something new under the sun.

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Wow. Three years!

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Here's a better way to help women appreciate their bodies. A good piece.

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The beauty of laughter is that it helps us see things in proportion. It reminds us that we, too, might be wrong, and that being wrong is rarely the end of the world. Laughter makes it easier to relax enough to grow and improve. Look for a future spouse who can laugh at himself.

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I have little ones, and I am deeply grateful for the childless ladies who are willing to enter the world of kid-land with me. Here are my top tips on nurturing a friendship with someone who has kids when you don’t.

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The story I read on Facebook was an admonition to look at death in order to live more fully. The Lord’s Prayer instead tells us to look ahead to eternal life.

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They're here! Enjoy the wit, the poetry, the theological perspicacity, and vote for your favorite.

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We need to remind people that it’s OK to suffer hard things. It is better to experience life in all its gory details than to be kept “safe” in ways that prevent us from living.

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