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Quiet — think tank of the soul

By Dave Henning / January 31, 2018

“Quiet is a think tank of the soul.”- Gordon Hempton, acoustic ecologist “You are my hiding place; you will protect me from trouble and surround me with songs of deliverance.”- Psalm 32:7 Mark Batterson concludes Chapter 1 of Whisper with the observation that “God often speaks loudest when we’re quietest.”  Hence, Pastor Batterson cites “The […]


Three practical steps

By Dave Henning / April 15, 2015

In Chapter 6 of How Can I Possibly Forgive?, Sara Horn offers three practical steps for overlooking a specific offense. 1. Stop putting words of value to your hurt.  Every time we bring up the subject of what’s bothering us or who’s hurting us by their words or actions, we are sustaining and strengthening the […]


The foundation of walls

By Dave Henning / March 25, 2015

Today Sara Horn continues her discussion of five potential white N-O-I-S-Es in our life, covering the remaining four noises. 2.  Other people’s opinions.  Sara points out that, as much as we value our own opinions, we want to know what others think.  The problem arises when we don’t like those opinions or we’re unsure what […]

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