Yearly Archives: 2018

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    Cultivating a Love Language [Video]

    Define yourself radically as one beloved by God. This is the true self. Every other identity is illusion. Let this become the most important thing in your life. – Brennan Manning, Abba’s Child When we excavate our layers of defenses, we find a longing for more. C. S. Lewis put words to this deep longing...

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    Context Is Everything

    It is the pungent aroma of elk that catches me first, a musk unlike any other in the wild. And it is intoxicating to a bowhunter. The prehistoric smell is a sure sign of close proximity to these giant ghosts of the forest. As least it should be. But at this moment, I’m not confident...

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    An Invitation – (Now Accepting Applications – Colorado BGS Intensive 2019)

    Growing up, my dad was my hero. He was everything I wanted to become. He was strong, yet playful. His courage taught me how to stand up for those in need. He was daring and always dreaming up and investing in our next adventure. He could fix anything from a broken mower to a broken...

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    Receiving the Mother Heart of God

    What would it be like to burst with joy and feel ten feet tall?(1) If that were available, where would you find it, and how would you make it last?  I invite you wonder about the *more* that is possible. Come with me as we explore Sonship – Receiving the Mother Heart of God, a teaching I...

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    An Arsenal, a Library, and a Tool Collection

    This was no place for an Xbox. Or any digital device for that matter. Though there were no “danger” signs posted, the heavy equipment, hum of the air compressor, and repeated firing of the nail gun made it clear: something powerful was under way, and as with every instance of power, you’d better be attentive...

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    The Gospel as Initiation [Video]

    A wise man once offered these words: In the larger-than-life people I have met, I always find one common denominator: in some sense, they have all died before they died. At some point, they were led to the edge of their private resources, and that breakdown, which surely felt like dying, led them into a...

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