Digest: July-Sept 2013

12 Oct

Here’s some of the posts that you may have missed from the third quarter of 2013. These are among my favorites from this time period. Which ones have you enjoyed? Feel free to comment below, and use the buttons at the bottom of each post to pass them along to others who might enjoy them.

Contemplative Photography #1 (June 12) > the beginning of a new journey

Speak Peace (July 24) > a special ministry to others

The Sin of the Tree of Knowledge (Aug 18) > where did we actually go wrong?

Modern Alchemy (Aug 27) > our transactional lives

I Just Can’t Get Out (Sept 4) > me and this wasp are like this

Photography: A Contemplation (Sept 6) > more than a hobby

A Sigh of Goodness (Sept 15) > a poetic reflection on a satisfying sip

A Necessary Gift (Sept 21) > some things you just have to have

If you have just recently found this site, you may want to look back at some other favorite posts from recent years: [2011] Digest: Aug-Sept & Digest: Oct-Dec, [2012] Digest: Jan-Mar & Digest: Apr-Jun & Digest: July-Sept & Digest: Oct-Dec, [2013] Digest: Jan-Mar & Digest: Apr-June.

New items have also been posted on my Writings page as well, so pop over there for poetry, essays, short stories…and now also Bible studies and sermons!

Another extensive list of my most significant, personally revealing, and reflective posts can be found on my Silhouette page, an outline of how I have shared myself on this blog.

In addition, I have a second blog which has been running for over a year now: 2 Years of Psalms. It details my progress thus far on a two-year journey of encountering God.

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Posted by on October 12, 2013 in Life, Poetry, Prayer, Theology


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