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CHRISTIAN MUSINGS FOR TODAY

Dr. Stephanie Wilsey

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Scared of Silence

I once taught a class (Community Psychology) that was part of my school's Gen Ed requirement called Contemplation and Action courses. I...

Shelter

I've loved studying the names of God and have placed particular emphasis on El Shaddai, given the really interesting and impactful ways...

El Shaddai

This is starting to be uncanny. In studying the Names of God, we saw that a woman first calls God El Roi, the God Who Sees (Hagar) and...

Sheer Worship

I continue to mull over Adonai Tzv'ot or Jehovah Sabaoth (see https://www.christianmusingsfortoday.com/post/god-of-angel-armies) ....

God of Angel Armies

I am so grateful that my husband encouraged me to study the Names of God and write them here. I keep discovering new things that are so...

The God Who Sees

I've been mulling over the story of Hagar in Genesis for a long time now. I'm just fascinated and amazed at the care that God shows her...

The Names of God

It's during times of difficulty that you quickly learn what's truly in your heart and mind. What are the things you've been feeding on...

Spacious Place

It's been nearly three years since my dear friend Bill, in response to my request for advice about a job transition, shared with me this...

What Shall I Fear?

I was so tired last night...it was a long week, with multiple days at the hospital, including an overnight stay for my daughter's lung...

The Case for Renewal

In the last blog entry (https://www.christianmusingsfortoday.com/post/nothing-matters-everything-matters), I reflected on Quaker Thomas...

Neither Side

It's the Fourth of July as I'm writing today, and I'm inspired to take a pause on the theme of suffering to reflect on an interesting...

Chosen for Suffering

As I drifted off to sleep last night, I reflected on a good day, and a good week that brought some resolution and restoration to a number...

Lament for Uvalde

It was once called the Honey Capital of the World. Its honey festivals celebrate flowering shrubs and blooms that attract pollinators...

It Keeps Going

This week was a pretty good week--much to give thanks for! I celebrated my birthday, and it is a fairly innocuous number that can just be...

Laughter and Lament

It's funny how fads can flip us to opposite extremes--to the point that the extreme we're in right now makes it hard to imagine that an...

The Absence of Lament

Writing in Time magazine about COVID-19 early in the pandemic, Biblical scholar N.T. Wright said, It is no part of the Christian...

"But I tell you..."

At the start of this year, I set forth to explore the Prosperity Gospel's "health and wealth" tendrils in my life and in the wider...

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