Tag Archives: unconditional love

Let God do the sorting

About a million years ago, Carole, one of our long-time Catch members with a very active sense of humor, sent me the following comment that I just managed to dig up (which makes this whole thing go back at least … Continue reading

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Halfway to God? I don’t think so.

There is no halfway to love. Love goes all the way. Halfway leaves you dangling on a bridge to nowhere, waiting for the other person to come to you, and that may be something they may not be able or … Continue reading

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Swallow the bug

Gary drinks a grape juice and quinine water drink every night before he goes to bed and claims it has stopped him from waking up in the middle of the night with leg cramps. Well a few nights ago he … Continue reading

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The importance of staying broken

There’s a way to look at the world and especially the people in it that sets you apart. Sadly, it becomes the way many Christians, who, because they are trying to separate themselves from their own messes, end up staying … Continue reading

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How God loves

Only God can love like this. Just as I am. Come as you are. No conditions. No requirements. No clean-up. No reorientation.

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Grieving couple creates care package

We are getting Chandler’s first care package ready to send out today. More of his clothes, his backpack, shampoo and conditioner, more pictures to add to the photo album Marti made that we sent along with him, a personal CD … Continue reading

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Prophet weds and loves practicing prostitute

“Go and marry a prostitute.” Thus begins the unusual story of Hosea, one of the most surprising prophets to the nation of Israel. It was his prophetic mission to marry a prostitute and love her in spite of her whoring … Continue reading

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Rocked out

Two stories from yesterday’s Catch communicate the essence of the message better than anything I could ever say. My wife and I felt compelled for far too long to try to be sure our son knew we loved him yet … Continue reading

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