Monthly Archives: January 2008

Church and Communism

Sometimes I think that the church (the way we practice it–a pastor-less community under the headship of Christ) is ideologically much like communism.  On paper it looks good, but once you put it into practice, craziness is bound to ensue. … Continue reading

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glad to be friends

I just ran across this verse today: No longer do I call you servants, for a servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all things that I heard from my father … Continue reading

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Finally, relaxation

Yesterday was Mike and I’s 2nd anniversary.  While talking about this fact with him, I happened to say (quite innocently I might add!), “Goodness it feels like a lot longer than that!”  I only meant that it felt as if … Continue reading

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2007 reflections

In 2007… I mourned the loss of innocence in the world and in myself.But I rejoiced when it was born anew in so many ways. I fell in love. Community took on even more significance.My sisters and brothers in Raleigh … Continue reading

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