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CHRISTIAN MUSINGS FOR TODAY

Dr. Stephanie Wilsey

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True Freedom

I'm writing this blog on Juneteenth, a day I'm delighted to see our nation celebrate with greater acknowledgment. Among other things,...

Through the Valley

Increasingly, I'm seeing life as a pilgrimage. This may be a natural perspective of someone in middle age, which I have now entered into...

Fix Your Eyes

Sometimes I can be a little dense. I joke about my hair color (blonde) as an excuse, but I shouldn't really do that. I know that's a...

Retreat and Retreats

I just returned from what may be an annual pilgrimage of sorts, a 6-hour drive to Grand Rapids, Michigan, to attend the Calvin Institute...

God is Gracious

Ok, so, I always say that the Gospel of John is hands-down my favorite gospel, and John is my favorite apostle, and I secretly (or not so...

In God I Trust

I'm seated in a hospital room right now, looking out at the Pittsburgh skyline as my daughter sleeps on a medical gurney. She's tired...

Sanctified, Holy

This is Part II of the Psychology of the Holy. You can find the first post here: https://www.christianmusingsfortoday.com/post/the-psycho...

Weight of Glory

When Pastor Tim Keller’s memorial service aired about a week and a half ago, I had the good fortune to be able to watch part of the...

The Way of the Cross

This summer, I found myself participating in four separate book clubs! That's a lot for anyone, yet each one offered something very...

A New Spirit

For a long time now, my favorite Bible verse has been Ezekiel 11:19: I will give them an undivided heart and put a new spirit in them; I...

The Head

I'm a firstborn child, in actuality and in a smattering of the stereotypes tied to firstborns. We may veer toward the controlling, the...

The Image of God

As I do my usual daily readings of Old Testament, New Testament, and Wisdom literature, I often have to slow down the New Testament...

Eat the Words

Blessed Lord, who hast caused all holy Scriptures to be written for our learning; grant us that we may in such wise hear them, read,...

The God-Given Task

"What gain have the workers from their toil?" asks the Teacher in Ecclesiastes 3:9. I feel like many workers in the United States are...

Working in Babylon

"It is not enough," observes N.T. Wright, "to say one's prayers in private, maintain high personal morality, and then go to work to...

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