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New items uploaded on Mar 7, 2016.

I have always enjoyed writing. My 10th grade English teacher told me–correctly, I think–that I would never be happy unless I was writing.

In truth, I haven’t done a lot of creative writing lately, but I have had seasons in life when I invested in writing poetry, short stories, essays. The links from this page will hopefully provide you some enjoyment and also opportunities for reflection as you explore the paths that I have previously tread.

~~~Book~~~

Embracing Followership: How to Thrive in a Leader-Centric Culture (Feb 2016)

~~~Sermon Audio~~~

Windows & Rainbow Stickers (Apr 7, 2013), summarized and illustrated here: I Just Can’t Get Out

The Lord Be With You (July 6, 2014)

The Ordinariness of Our Weakness (June 28, 2015)

~~~Bible Studies~~~

Jesse Tree (readings for Advent)

The Trinity: 5 Studies (2013)

The Five Circles & the Nature of Humanity: 5 Studies (2013)

~~~Poetry~~~

Baptism of Love (1990s)

Baptism of Tears (1990s)

Clarity (2011)

Fairytales (1995)

The Girl of My Dreams (2001)

Horizons (1990s)

Journey of Perfection (2013)

My Strength (1990s)

One Random Arrow (2012)

On the Shelf (1990s)

A Pointing to God (1990s)

Santa’s Helper or Greedy Gremlin? (2001)

A Sigh of Goodness (2013)

Time (1995)

Together, With Gratitude (2013)

Trust (1995)

A Turkey Tale (1997)

~~~Short Stories~~~

Bear Your Cross (1997)

Mncd Wrds (1997)

The Mystery of Recurring Journeys (1990s)

Observers (1997)

Through the Haze (1997)

~~~Essays~~~

There may be a first time for everything, but it’s the third time that’s the charm. (2000)

You learn something new everyday, but you learn something useful only once a week. (2000)

The food of the generous is acceptance: not of self, but of what is offered. (2000)

Trust is shown in one’s handling of the incomprehensible. (2000)

Rome wasn’t built in a day, but the universe was created in six. (2000)

Am I a hero? (2011)

Between Cessation and Stagnation — an essay on change (2011)

Where is my epic? (2011)


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