Tag Archives: coming alongside

This is God Territory

CATCH  ALERT  April 14, 2017  Attention: The Catch Family  A Catch Citizen’s granddaughter is missing.  Let’s galvanize the Catch community to assist in the search for and the safe recovery of Miriam Morris.   Description Miriam Morris is 18 years … Continue reading

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Turning Grace inside out

“Grace needs to be turned inside out so that we can see what God’s really doing in there.” That is the way Bram Floria, my guest last night on BlogTalkRadio responded to my question about what “Grace Turned Outward” looks … Continue reading

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Getting the prepositions right

I have a proposition for you: let’s get the prepositions right. When we get the prepositions right, God gets the glory. Let me explain. We don’t worship God by singing Him a song; we worship God by living His life … Continue reading

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‘Why me? … Why not me?’

It’s one of the hardest questions anyone who experiences something catastrophic has to face, and I’m sure it’s on the minds of many injured in the Orlando shootings this past weekend: “Why me?” Why did I get cancer? Why did … Continue reading

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These boots are made for walkin’

My birthday was the day after Chandler and I arrived in Wyoming. Though we will celebrate as a family later, I celebrated by buying myself something I’ve been thinking about ever since we’ve been coming here to be with Chandler … Continue reading

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These last two Catches have inspired some of you to think about being first century Christians. It’s really all about living fresh every day with your faith. But it’s important for you to realize this is not hard. It’s not … Continue reading

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Catching candles

Finally, there is the Call of the Catch. As with any community, the Catch weathers its storms through our selfless interest in one another, resulting in a feeling that it is good to be a human being.

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Walking in someone else’s boots

Yesterday, I walked all day in Chandler’s boots. It was painful. The heel was high and the shoe was three sizes too big for me, so I had to curl my toes to keep from sliding to the front of … Continue reading

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