Archive | July, 2017

The Prayer of Saint Francis, relevant though the holy man didn’t write it

July 24, 2017

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A prayer, often attributed to Saint Francis but traceable only to the early 20th-century, reminds us of who Christians are meant to be and how we are meant to act. This prayer is especially appropriate in eras of flinging accusations. I’ve begun praying it in hopes that God will shape me more into the image […]

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Thomas Jefferson: Catching a Glimmer a Dream

July 4, 2017

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I hoop and holler over America’s Independence Day with all the enthusiasm of a six-year-old saluting the flag and applauding the fireworks. After all, this nation has stood for freedom and faced down tyrants with global ambitions. But I don’t primarily celebrate for what happened in 1776. To be sure, the thirteen former colonies beheld […]

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