Monthly Archives: December 2009

Note from God

“The secret to loving Me more is learning to love people more. Love My people, your brothers and sisters.  Love those who want nothing to do with Christ.  Friends and neighbors.  Strangers and enemies. Intentionally.  Love.  Love intentionally.” ~ the … Continue reading

Posted in Limping After Christ | 1 Comment


Passion.  Drive.  Ambition.  Fire.  Commitment. Passion – where does it come from?  Can I stir it up?  Can I snuff it out? What is this thing people call drive?  How do I cultivate it?

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

The Moment

What is it about a moment that is so powerful? In a moment, choices are made.  Boundaries crossed or enforced.  Love demonstrated or withheld.  Connections made or missed.  One moment can change a person’s life.  Sacrifice.  Death.  Pregnancy.  Forgiveness.  A … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Critique and Motion

The Church. Western Christianity. Contemporary Christendom. Synonymous terms, in some people’s minds.  But the Church is so much bigger than our Western way of doing Christianity, so much humbler and servant minded than an empire of the cross. I am … Continue reading

Posted in Limping After Christ, Theological Reflections | Tagged , | Leave a comment

The Psychology of Experience

More and more, I am coming to believe that people are inevitably influenced by their experiences. My study of psychology at university (that makes me sound important, doesn’t it?) is one of the main reasons I think this.  If nothing … Continue reading

Posted in Psychological Musings | Tagged , | Leave a comment


I love this time of year. For whatever reason, this Christmas season I have been acutely more aware and appreciative everything I love about this season.  The wind whipping around me and weaseling its way down the slightest crevices and … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged | 1 Comment