Author Archives: Josh

Trusting God when it’s Hard to Trust

The readings for my devotions this morning came from Psalm 20 and Jeremiah 17:7-8. I’ve been using A Guide for Prayer for all Who Walk with God as my devotional readings for the last few years now. It, for the … Continue reading

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My Dog and the Holy Spirit

We have a dog. She’s a 60lbs husky/Rottweiler mix. I emphasize the husky part because she looks more like a Rottweiler than she does a husky, but she has the temperament of a husky while having the build, fur, and … Continue reading

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The Power of the Kinetic Church

About a year ago, I wrote on here on the Kinetic Church and the Movement of the Kinetic Church. There’s something about the church today that’s so important. Many people see the church to be outdated, regulated to the corner … Continue reading

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Singing Broken Hallelujahs

Leonard Cohen wrote the beautiful song “Hallelujah” that begins simply “Now I heard there was a secret chord/That David played and it pleased the Lord.” It’s a powerful sad song. It’s filled with imagery of hurt, of pain, of suffering. … Continue reading

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My Little Pony and Sanctification

My daughter loves the show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Since we have Netflix and not cable, she is desperately waiting for the latest season to come out on Netflix. Since it hasn’t she has been rewatching shows. Over … Continue reading

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Weeding, Trimming, and Pruning

Recently, I’ve spent some time at a greenhouse. I spent time watching and participating in the weeding, trimming, and pruning of all different types of plants, shrubs, and flowers. I’ve learned much about the importance of weeding and trimming and … Continue reading

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Filled to be Emptied

So it’s now it’s halfway through the fourth month of the New Year. How’re your New Year’s resolutions coming along? Back at the beginning of January, I wrote about having an impoverished New Year. It’s a year where we empty … Continue reading

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