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THE LESSER LIGHTS

WALKING IN LIGHT, EMBRACING TRUTH, CONQUERING DARKNESS

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“Darkness produces good mushrooms but poor flowers.”

In the Bible, Job did not avoid darkness, and he did not avoid God. Instead, he brought his questions about the darkness to God. He wrestled with God. Job refused to be silenced by darkness, and he refused to fear darkness. He kept speaking truth, kept pleading. He kept wrestling through the dark. Finally, he had a break through. He emerged enlightened, and in God's light . . . .

No Passes for You, Third Party Participants

To the third party participants who made themselves participants to abuse, you get no pass. We unapologetically draw a bold line in the sand. Read more...

My Name & Fault Lines (reclaiming what was mine, discarding the blame that wasn’t)

They laid out nametags. Said, “Pick one”: Vengeance. Greed. Liar...none fit...

The Potter’s Field

I once taught writing. Writing in theory and writing in practice are very different things. I'm certainly no linguist like Shakespeare. Shucks, I wouldn't pretend to possess an ounce of Stephen King's I-crank-out-a-novel-a-week talent. But as Robin Williams (as Professor... Continue Reading →

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