Monthly Archives: June 2014

Childlike Fath…Lessons from a Five-year-old

Emma Grace, my 5-year-old daughter, was in the next room, playing dolls with a neighbor friend. My wife and I, in the kitchen getting dinner ready, could hear the two girls laughing and playing. Then out of nowhere, “Do you … Continue reading

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“The anesthetic fog called the real world”

This title was taken from a quote from C.S. Lewis: “Suppose you really find him. We never meant it to come to that. Worse still, suppose he found you. If there is a God, you are in a sense alone … Continue reading

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