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The Sacred Act of Remembering
Jena Nardella
By Jena Nardella
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It’s amazing how quickly we can forget our own stories. We are inundated with the immediate pressures of today, and if we are lucky, we find time to look ahead with vision for the weeks or years to come. But how much time do we spend considering where we have come from? I realize that I have not spent enough time remembering my own story.

Last weekend, James and I drove several hours through winding mountain roads to find ourselves in a secret garden and quaint lodge at the foot of the Smoky Mountains…

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A Book May Begin With Angst, But it Must End in Love
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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There is truth in fiction that comes from real life. At the beginning of a story, the character is in angst. They are separated from a love, their lives are in disharmony, their heart is broken. But we pray it won’t stay this way. We pray they find their way, that Harry meets Sally and Luke discovers his identity and destroys the Death Star.

We pray that each character finds their…

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In Life, Move Through the Fear Rather Than Around It
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Earlier today I spent an hour walking down a beach talking a friend down from his ledge. He was about to go through a frightening experience. He was going into a meeting in which a thousand things could go wrong. There was much at stake – His job, an important relationship, his dignity and his pride.

As I listened, I could tell he was…

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Sunday Morning Music, Nils Frahm
By Tim Schurrer
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“Hi, I’m Al and I’m an Addict”
By Al Andrews
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How Does American Culture Influence Christianity?
By Donald Miller
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When Life Is A Fog, Cling To The Lantern of Light
By Justin Zoradi
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How I Use MySubplot.com
By Donald Miller
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Sunday Morning Music, All Sons & Daughters
By Tim Schurrer
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How I Got Asked to Pray After the First Lady
By Jena Nardella
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Why You Should Have a No Drama Policy
By Donald Miller
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