Tag Archives: passion

Wayseers Movement

This is such an awesome video. I can’t believe the time and creative energy that went into making it, and I love the variety. Tell me what you think!

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A Thrilling Moment for a Bible Investigator

The highlight for me during my archaeology class this spring (so far) was reading about Howard Carter’s discovery of King Tutankhamun’s tomb. In the first two paragraphs, I knew it was going to be an absolute delight because his sentiments about his discovery parallel my own investigative discovery in the past two years. Come find out why…

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My Book…My Latest Isaac

There have been two Isaacs in my life to date, God-given blessings and complete miracles, that He asked me to give back. These were all costly things that I loved deeply, passionately. The third Isaac was presented to me recently, my book One Million Arrows. Find out the story…

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Anatomy of Desire

Food and sex. Now that I got your attention…I spend a lot of time thinking what drives people, especially since I’ve personally been driven by cycles of addiction at times in my life. I spend a lot of time thinking about why people want to consume so deeply, when in the end, they end up being the one consumed…

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Awesome Things: 8. Rocks!

Inspired by 1000AwesomeThings.com, I will be doing my own list of 25 awesome things for the rest of this month. Enjoy...

Rocks are truly awesome and have always fascinated me. I mean, at first glance, there’s nothing special about most rocks. But have you ever taken the time to really look at them? They are a spectacular display of creation! Find out what we can learn about The Rock from rocks…

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Image Bearers of The Creator

In recent years, I have become attuned to the glorious state that man has been created into-the very image of God! In fact, the creative ideas and raw talents-some even showing up in young children-are all a reflection of our Creator. Check out my favorites so far…

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