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At the age of fifty-eight, with two luminous daughters successfully launched into adulthood, and two charming grand-daughters navigating the exciting terrain of early childhood and a third only days away, it feels as if it might be safe to assume that my major parenting blunders are behind me.

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Thousands of people in church every Sunday, mostly under 40… where could this be?

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How failure plays its part

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Invitation develops the fruit of the Spirit: patience, courage, persistence.

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Same walls we build to keep out disappointments also keep out happiness.

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Spending the day with Michael Harvey learning about “Unlocking the Growth.”

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The challenge Pope Francis is offering to the church, apparently goes much deeper than merely tinkering with the trappings of the faith.

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Some challenging thoughts “from brokenstones”:

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Yesterday I wrote about a person who is experiencing a “that lack of faith” and finding that experience called into question. I wondered what is really going on when someone claims to experience “a lack of faith.”

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Daimon Linker raises an important question for critics writing about Terrence Malick’s films at: http://theweek.com/article/index/243353/terrence-malicks-moving-christian-message-mdash-and-film-critics-failure-to-engage-with-it

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