Monthly Archives: August 2011

Interlude

Have no fear!  Lighter reading is here! In consideration of Pt. II‘s theme of faithfulness, I think the timing is appropriate. ———————————————– He Will Come July 2011 Is God a man that He should lie? Or a thief that He … Continue reading

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Letters through the Radio: Finding Company on the Shores, Pt. II

Along Much-Afraid’s journey to the High Places, there were quite a few unexpected “wrong” turns. (Didn’t get a chance to read Pt. I?  Click here) The very onset was a “Detour through the Desert.”  Then, right after she ascended an … Continue reading

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Letters through the Radio: Finding Company on the Shores, Pt. I

I just finished a book called Hinds’ Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard.  It’s a Christian classic about a young girl named Much-Afraid.  She lives in a low basin called the Valley of Humiliation, with her family, the Fearings.  … Continue reading

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Caving In

Okay, I’m finally doing it.  I gave in.  I caved to the world of “blog.” I say “caved” because I’m doing it with a touch of reluctance.  You would think that as a writer the concept of having an ever-readable … Continue reading

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