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The God Who Became Vulnerable

It all started in eternity. Before time even existed. Beginning before the beginning. God had a thought. And His thought was you. In his mind, He had already adopted you […]

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Embracing Change: A New Season

Today marks my 2 years living ┬áin Klamath Falls. I’ve never thought I would come here and have this place impact me in such a way that it did. I […]

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What You Carry

The way most people react to you is dependent in your countenance towards them. If you keep a positive attitude in the midst of another’s frustration, don’t be surprise if […]

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Noah, The Movie & Why I Loved It

When you read the story of Noah written in the Bible, what comes to your mind? God speaks light into existence. He creates the heavens and the earth. Then separates […]

A Story Worth Living

This year has definitely been an adventure. Who would have thought moving to Klamath Falls, OR. would be one of the most significant parts of my life? This past couple […]

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We all have grown up with a set of lens that we use to filter the way we see the Father, each other, ourselves and the world. This is about taking those lenses out and unveiling who God truly is and who God says we are. It's time for us to realize that our face has been unveiled, beholding Him so that we can be transformed from glory to glory.

But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as from the Lord, the Spirit.
We all have grown up looking through the world at a certain perspective. As I journey along this life, and as I grow, my whole outlook of the world is getting wider and bigger. This blog is about that; taking my eyes off the old and into a whole new perspective. It's about stepping into something new, something deeper, something bigger than me. It's about a story, not only worth telling, but a story worth living.
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A good storyteller speaks something into nothing. Where there is an absence of story, or perhaps a bad story, a good storyteller walks in and changes reality. He doesn't critique the existing story, or lament about his boredom, like a critic. He just tells something different and invites other people into the new story he is telling.

Donald Miller