Tag Archives: C. S. Lewis

Grief 2.0 – “Table Talk with CCU” – From Mourning to Morning: Reflections on a Journey

The Inaugural “Table Talk with CCU” — A series for CCU that is patterned off of the TED talk series of lectures.  I was asked to give this short talk reflecting on my journey through grief.  

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Grief 2.0 – Between a rock and a hard place

There is a lot about the grief and loss process that, for many Christ-followers, feels like being caught between a “rock and a hard place” as the old saw goes. Of course, when we lose someone we are often reminded … Continue reading

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Of Trust, risk, & brokenness

How committed are we to the brokenness of which we so often speak? And to what kind of brokenness are we actually referring? Over the course of many years of examining my own heart, and listening the cries of others’ … Continue reading

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Bent or Broken?

I’ve been spending the last few days (and into next week) in Southeastern Ohio soaking in (in all senses of the word) the humidity of the Ohio River Valley. Having been spoiled by the dry environment of Denver, I feeling … Continue reading

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