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reflect & rejoice guide 2021

Well, 2020 was certainly one for the books. When I think back to this time last year, specifically the way I curated last year’s guide, it is very clear that a global pandemic was nowhere on my periphery. I have found myself putting off looking at this (hello, New Year’s Eve eve edit session) because…

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Supremacy and the Cross

There’s no room for supremacy at the foot of the cross.  When we are knee-bent before the throne of God, we find ourselves eye-level with everyone else who has knelt before it. We are neither above nor below, but rather, alongside the rest of the imago dei.  To know the gospel is to know one’s…

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Philippians 1: Change of plans

I wasn’t alone-alone until I was 24 years old. I don’t mean “by myself” alone, but rather that “I knew no one and no one knew me” alone. When I moved to Austin, I had only a handful of loose acquaintances. On any given night, all two of these acquaintances had plans or other obligations,…

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Philippians Study

This week I’m kicking off a study through the book of Philippians with a fellow teacher of mine and a group of high school girls. We both teach at a private Christian school in Austin and we are well into the throes of remote learning and feeling it in a big way. We wanted to…

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Reflect & Rejoice Guide 2019-2020

It’s live! Download your reflect and rejoice guide for 2019-2020 here:

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Reflections John 2:12-17

John 2:12-17 The Passover of the Jews was at hand, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.  In the temple he found those who were selling oxen and sheep and pigeons, and the money-changers sitting there. And making a whip of cords, he drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and oxen. And…

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