Category Archives: Reflection

Writings on the value of reflection and sabbath time.

Mazatlan III – God’s Voice Biker Dude

I kept seeing the same fellow on the beach and around the resort. He was about 6’4″ and built like a WWE wrestler or a biker.  I settled on biker.  Tattoos covering both arms – skulls and reaper-like ghosts.  And … Continue reading

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Mazatlan II – Reliant Ocean Reliable

Today is part of a series of reflections I wrote on our family trip to Mazatlan over the holidays. A little different from the norm and hopefully interesting enough to read…

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Mazatlan I – Aisle Seats and Bus Lessons

When we checked in for our flight to Mazatlan last week, I did what I always do and asked for seats as close to the front of the plane as possible.  The poetic justice which followed took a full 12 … Continue reading

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Stewarding in the Kingdom

I spent a couple of days this week pondering the idea of inheritance, and on one of the days I was staying in a hotel and encountered a homeless man.  He was wandering around the 3rd floor of the hotel … Continue reading

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Overwhelming Kid Burden

Last Sunday I was overwhelmed as I stood in worship.  I felt concern for some people and I had to drop and pray for them.  Maybe this has happened to you.  Someone comes to mind as a conviction to lift … Continue reading

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Potter’s Hands

I was speaking to a potter friend of mine recently and I asked her about her hands and whether the clay sucks the moisture from her skin.  “You don’t have nice hands when you’re a potter,” she said.  Hmmm, I … Continue reading

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She Was Blind And Now I See

This passage from Job speaks to the way he helped the plight of those less fortunate than him. In his case, this is a piece of his reflection on his own standing before God. For me, it blossomed in my … Continue reading

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