Monthly Archives: August 2011

New Relationships


A few days ago I wrote about a pattern I noticed with emotional disconnects.  This is a follow-up to that pair of blogs. It is quite clear that this pattern was widespread but not universal.  Some people simply were untouched … Continue reading

Posted in Awe, Intimacy, Spiritual Growth | 18 Comments

An Unusual Sunday


I am out of state ministering at the church of a friend of mine.  He is one of the most authentic people I have ever met and he does third level synchronization at an amazing level. We both knew a … Continue reading

Posted in The Kingdom of God | 16 Comments

Daughters Part 2


1)     First of all, well done on stepping up to the new standard.  I approved almost all of the comments that were submitted.  You have done very well with the raw data you provided and I am pleased. … Continue reading

Posted in Daughters, Spiritual Growth | 24 Comments

What is a Daughter?


Our last group project was a great success, but as I said then, I think we can do better. I have another project, but of a very different sort.  I am going to raise the bar, and if your comment … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Pattern


As I ponder what I am hearing, I am reminded of Hannah Hurnard’s book “Hinds’ Feet on High Places.”  It has been decades since I read it, so my recall of the details might be fuzzy, but here is the … Continue reading

Posted in Design, Inner Healing, Intimacy, Spiritual Growth | 14 Comments

Spotting a Pattern


I think something is up.  I have a pattern going and a guess as to the meaning.  I am fishing for more data so we can figure out the “so what.” This window began around August 4th, so we are … Continue reading

Posted in The Human Spirit | 43 Comments

Surprising Word Picture


I enjoy wordsmithing. Sometimes those pungent, pithy pronouncements are the product of prolonged experimentation. Other times the words gently surface from the obscurity of my mental dictionary. Occasionally however, I am utterly surprised by the utterances which emerge, unsolicited.  This … Continue reading

Posted in Leadership, Spiritual Growth | 7 Comments