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  • I wasn’t sure whether it would happen, but it did. The Olympics had me completely captivated this year. There were so many compelling stories; the dominance of Usain Bolt and Michael Phelps, Brazil’s thrilling soccer win in front of their soccer-crazed fans, and of course stories of faith from what seemed like a surprising number of athletes.
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  • We’ll call it Steve’s No Good Very Bad Days. I lost my cell phone. I was at the store looking for a dryer vent tube. Yes…my life is glamorous.
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  • I don’t know whether you are into observing Lent or not.  But, it’s a great time to think about and reflect on the time when Jesus was getting ready to go to the cross to save us, and even to think about the things in my life that made His sacrifice necessary.  What must it have been like for Him, knowing what He was going to be walking into?  How fierce is a love that would voluntarily go through what He did.  My 17-year-old daughter Camille wrote a poem about Lent.  I hope it inspires you as much as it did me.
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  • The time leading up to Christmas seems kind of like a crazy frenzy of things we’ve got to do, expectations to meet (those of ours and our own), and generally a lot of rushing around. It hasn’t always been this way though. Historically, Christians have called this time of year Advent, which is a time of anticipation; a time of waiting. During Advent, we look back, anticipating the arrival of Jesus as a baby in a manger. We also look forward to His return in glory as a reigning king.
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  • The time leading up to Christmas seems kind of like a crazy frenzy of things we’ve got to do, expectations to meet (those of ours and our own), and generally a lot of rushing around. It hasn’t always been this way though. Historically, Christians have...
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  • Courage. It’s something that I’d like to think I have. I’d like to think I’m one of the people who would do what was right under any circumstance.
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  • My daughter Camille and I had the chance to go on a mission trip to Guatemala with a group from our church earlier this summer. We were working in the communities surrounding the Guatemala City dump. People scratch out their existence there scavenging for whatever they can recycle, sell, or make into something in the trash. It’s pretty overwhelming to think about, even more to experience firsthand.
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  • Imagine being the captain of a ship and realizing that the anchor you just had the crew throw into the water is made of plastic and won’t hold the ship where you want it to stay. In fact, maybe you get distracted and don’t even realize you’ve been adrift until it’s still too late. Life is full of false anchors. These are things we rely on for security, it could be..
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  • Happy Easter! Okay maybe you’re thinking that I’m a little late. After all, Easter is over, right? My family and I go to a church that is in some ways pretty contemporary, but on the other hand still observes some fairly old traditions. One of those is that Easter is a season, rather than just a day. You may or may not be interested in
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  • OH COME ON!!! HOW DO YOU NOT GIVE MARSHAWN THE BALL ON THE ½ YARDLINE!?!?!?! Yes I was saying that too on Sunday night. I’m not writing this to pile on the Seahawks. I love the way Pete Carroll stood tall and took responsibility for what happened. He’s a great coach and the Seahawks wouldn’t be who they are without him. I’m also glad that my mistakes are nowhere near as
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