Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Bread of Life

Short sermon written for Northminster Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, IN. New Testament Passage: John 6:24-35 “So when the crowd saw that Jesus was not there, nor his disciples, they themselves got into the boats and went to Capernaum, seeking Jesus.  … Continue reading

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The Simplicity of a Handshake

I feel seen here.  Noticed.  Appreciated. Welcomed. Yes, there are many ways that the Kenyan people have honored us as their guests, but the personal validation I am speaking of is one that is extended to everyone.  The appreciation and … Continue reading

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The Hardest Person to Forgive

The past year has been one of highs and lows.  Triumphs and failures.  Growth, change and hard truths.  One year ago, I found myself in a place that I was not expecting.  In a place that stirred up emotions of … Continue reading

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The Sting of Christian Judgment

I have always been cautious with the Christian community.  It’s not a community I grew up in and it’s not a community that I have easily trusted.  I have felt judged by churches and Christians.  Misunderstood.  Attacked.  Letting anyone into … Continue reading

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