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Our firm foundation in disequilibrium

By Dave Henning / October 3, 2019

“This is our firm foundation in disequilibrium — a God so intimately intertwined with suffering that he transforms the very nature of suffering itself.  Jesus gives us a new way to suffer.   Christians can suffer with yet-attitudes — we can cross the line of vav — because we go through life with God as […]


Elusive place – arriving at acceptance

By Dave Henning / September 30, 2019

“This is how I’ll finally arrive at that elusive place called acceptance — by watching for, noting, gathering instances of hope and joy in one hand, even while wrestling with my darkest hours in the other.  This truth rings loudly in my heart: Good and bad can exist at once.  It’s okay to admit that […]


The fires of sorrow – finding yourself

By Dave Henning / September 24, 2019

“The only way to find yourself is in the fires of sorrow.  Why it should be this way is immaterial.   The fact is that it is true in the Scriptures and in human experience,  You can always recognize who has been through the fires of sorrow and received himself, and you know that you […]


Childhood wonder exists in life’s complication

By Dave Henning / September 23, 2019

“When we watch little children run around the backyard, spotting fireflies for the first time, we remember, don’t we — that even in life’s complication, childhood wonder and abundance still exist.  It just takes a bit of love to draw them out.”- Aubrey Sampson “God is too good to be unkind and too wise to […]

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