#007: Responding to Divine Affection—A Conversation with Adam Paulson [Podcast]

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Podcast: Subscribe in iTunes | Play in new window | Download A few thoughts on discipleship from Divine Conspiracy by Dallas Willard to begin: Who teaches you? Whose disciple are you? Honestly. One thing is sure: you are somebody’s disciple.  You are learning how to live from somebody else. There are no exceptions to this rule, for human beings are […]

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Wild and Free—A Conservation Ethic

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I nearly wet my pants. Energy from lightning ripped through the ground and I could feel it, even hear a faint, eerie hum.  The air was electrified, the sky ablaze as the sun dropped behind the jagged peaks of the Flat Tops Wilderness Area.   The sound of bull elk bugling in the early twilight crescendoed […]

#006: Diving Deep – An Interview with Craig McConnell [Podcast]

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  Nearly a decade ago, I had the privilege of seeking wisdom from Craig McConnell, a man who’s seen many miles, fought many wars, and conquered death more times than I can recount. It was an even greater privilege to circle back with him on another conversation, this time recorded for the benefit of other […]

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Oxen.Shit.Life.

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I still don’t get it: watching parades is like crack for my kids.  Any of you in this season of parenting know what I’m talking about: St. Patrick’s Day, Fourth of July, Memorial Day—you name it, the kids go crazy. Granted, where else can you join throngs of people cheering as the fire truck goes […]

#005: (Video/Audio) Risking Love – An Interview with Bart Hansen [Podcast]

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An old, wise man, Jeremiah, suggested this: Go stand at the crossroads and look around. Ask for directions to the old road, The tried-and-true road. Then take it. Discover the right route for your souls. (Jeremiah 6) There are few things in which I find more life than asking older men the hard and holy […]

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Gone Fishin’

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The morning fog hovers like a shroud over the still, glassy waters.  Through trial and error over the week, my son and I have patterned the bass that once in a while work their way out of the weedy shelf seventy-five yards from shore and come into the shallows. On this particular morning, we are […]