Tag Archives: WWJD

Dunkirk – Movie Discussion

Dunkirk is one of those movies which, if I was to comment on all of the rich spiritual parallels I saw, I could write a small novel. It’s tempting, but I’ll spare you. I’ll get you started with a few … Continue reading

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Brian – Another Starbucks Story

He’d been sitting in the Starbucks for ages. A man with grey hair and a gentle, intelligent face. He had dirty, ratty clothes, but despite that, he seemed very clean and well-groomed. At least, he was very well-groomed for a … Continue reading

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Not on MY Watch

I wrote here about a young pastor who asked himself:  What would it look like if this place was on earth as it is in heaven?  I also wrote that I have a godly neighbor who has been asking that … Continue reading

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What would Heaven look like HERE?

I once heard a guy talking about missions who told a story about a young pastor who built a church in an unchurched community by asking one question:  If things were “on earth” as they are “in heaven”, then what … Continue reading

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A Better Dialogue…About Pot

Living in Colorado, I’m becoming increasingly aware that we, as Christians need to have a thoughtful response to the idea of pot…especially now that it’s legal, and we can’t hide behind the whole “laws of the land” argument.  I know … Continue reading

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Call the Midwife–WWJD

It’s full of blood and babies and birthing and the screams of women in labor…things which honestly make me very, very uncomfortable.  There are those people who are fascinated with these things.  You know the kind—they see a pregnant woman … Continue reading

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