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Yesterday in my post “Words I Need To Say” (https://inaspaciousplace.wordpress.com/2017/11/18/words-i-need-to-say/), I reflected on some important and helpful statements Kate Leth believes men need to practice saying.

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I confess, I don’t usually get Twitter; somehow it is a step too far for my limited, slightly arrested, social networking capabilities.

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The strategies for staying together that I believe have helped the people in the church I serve to continue together in ministry with the same person in leadership for so long, are not so much “strategies” as they are attitudes.

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All of the strategies for staying together in ministry are pretty simple; none of them is easy.

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It was pointed out to me yesterday that my “Safe Sex” post really does not go far enough.

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This seems worth departing for a moment from my Lenten fare of reflections on the Gospel of Luke.

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Probably as many words as there are stars in the universe have been poured out in the name of love. What helpful observation could anyone possibly offer on such an exhaustively addressed topic?

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The movie “45 Years” tells a story of isolation, uncertainty, self-doubt, and the struggle to find redemption.

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It is a chilling statement.

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Ian Brown and I are the same age. Read the rest of this entry »

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