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    The words me too

    By Dave Henning / April 12, 2016

    It has been said that at the start of every friendship are the words me too.”- Matt Bays “Friendship . . . is born at the moment when one man says to another, ‘What!  You too?  I thought that no one but myself . . .”- C. S. Lewis, The Four Loves In Chapter 9 […]


      Flaws are openings

      By Dave Henning / November 18, 2015

      “And the vessel he was making of clay was spoiled in the potter’s hand, and he reworked it into another vessel, as it seemed good to the potter to do.”- Jeremiah 18:4 Kyle Idleman concludes Chapter 1 of The End of Me with the encouragement that God loves to make the broken beautiful.  William MacDonald […]


        Embrace the paradox

        By Dave Henning / November 17, 2015

        In Chapter 1 of The End of Me, Kyle Idleman asserts the plain truth is “as much as we fight it, we long for the freedom to admit we’re broken.”  We don’t, however, consciously realize our need to do it.  While that lack of realization is true for each of us, it’s most certainly true […]


          A trick question

          By Dave Henning / November 16, 2015

          “It’s not a question of being broken; it’s a question of brokenness.”- Kyle Idleman Kyle Idleman continues his discuss of “A Sinful Woman Forgiven” (Luke 7:36-50) with what he considers to be the real question we should struggle with after reading Luke’s account: Who do you want to be most like, Simon or the sinful […]

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