How I Know Jesus is Fond of Eeyores

By: Reggie Kidd on Friday July 11, 2014 - In christian life

The only place I ever needed to go to get my psychological profile was the “Hundred Acre Wood” in the Winnie the Pooh books. The first time I encountered the character Eeyore, a perpetually disconsolate and gloomy donkey, I recognized him: “That’s me!”

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Living Under Grace… According to Stan the Skeleton

By: Robin DeMurga on Wednesday July 9, 2014 - In christian life, relationships

For the past couple months, I’ve attempted to draw Stan the Skeleton in sketch class. (For the morbidly curious, Stan is not a real skeleton, only an anatomically correct model based on a real man. The verdict is still out as to whether or not Stan was the man’s actual name.) I’m now in awe of the human body. All of it: the impressive skull, the breadth of the rib cage, the twist of the wrist, the intricate bones in the hands and feet, the curve of the spine. Oh, the curve of the spine.

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This Week at KeyLife.org

By: Key Life on Monday July 7, 2014 - In this week

There’s always something new from Steve Brown at KeyLife.org! Each week this handy post will be updated with his latest talk and teaching programs. While you listen, check out our freeing articles, too!

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Radical Grace & Radical Discipline

By: Erik Guzman on Wednesday July 2, 2014 - In christian life

What does the free and unconditional love of God apart from any good works have to do with fasting and praying and service and studying the scriptures, etc.? If we’re free, why flog ourselves? Aren’t the spiritual disciplines just another way the monkey performs for divine bananas?

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