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September 8, 2016
You are a Verb.

I am in the sweet eye of the storm in the book writing process, that window of time after I’ve sent my manuscript to my editor but before she has sent it back. I had been writing with ferocious intensity for weeks upon weeks, and now there’s a gentle and gradual—and temporary—lift of deadlines. After […]

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January 27, 2015
Implicit Knowings and Bad Dreams

The boys went away for a day with some friends of ours, people whom I trust, people who love them. I had no hesitations. Except for one. The night before, I dreamt they were all in a car accident. My intuition is pretty spot on, and I have a long history of implicit knowing that's […]

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November 19, 2014
Trust Does Not Come Quickly

Sometimes I picture myself standing on a tree stump just big enough for my two feet. In my mental image, the stump is surrounded by danger or things I’m afraid of – like I’m in the middle of a pit of snakes or a river of bubbling lava. I’m safe on the tree stump, but […]

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December 16, 2013
Christians Suck Sometimes.

"Christians kind of suck sometimes," I said, holding her hand. "Oh, I know this." "I know you know, because you haven't been loved well. But here's what I want you to know: there are many of us who are mean and judging and hurtful. But those are just Christians behaving badly. That's not God. That's […]

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October 16, 2013
When I Stand Screaming in Front of the Fridge

Priscilla Shirer is dynamic, and in an arena of 13,000 people, she holds us captive on the edge of our seats.  Seriously.  She's one gifted communicator. She told us about the temper tantrum that her niece often threw when she was two years old.  She would stand in the kitchen and point to the refrigerator […]

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May 17, 2013
Harvest Entitlement

"Boys, I bought new summer shirts for you. You can choose which one you'd like to wear to school today." There comes a time when their search for seasonal clothing isn't about tidiness. Although it might be about laundry. Meh. That's not what this post is about. "Oh, I love these. Thank you, Mommy." "And […]

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April 23, 2013
Foregone Conclusion

"Tricia, you seem to write and think and talk about marriage as if it's definitely going to happen. Like it's a foregone conclusion." Actually, that's exactly what it is. I know I'll marry again. I know this with an absurd sense of clarity and assurance. "So does that mean you're seeing someone?" Nope. But one […]

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April 8, 2013
The Greenhouse: This Thursday, April 11, 2013

  I have a love/hate relationship with the book of James.  I love it because it's just so practical that I can't miss what I'm supposed to do; I hate it because it's just so practical that I have no reason not to do what I'm called to do!  When I read the book of […]

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