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Learning to be 'slow to speak'

Learning to be 'slow to speak'

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Faith & Inspiration | My husband and I were at the airport waiting for a return flight home as I watched businessmen queue up for coffee. In my wont of quickly assessing people, I…

The problem of noncompliance

The problem of noncompliance

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | A doctor who once prescribed lots of supplements for all the things he found wrong with me said I actually needed more but he was reticent to pile them on.

Chasing off elephants

Chasing off elephants

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Faith & Inspiration | There are several elephants in the room at my church every Sunday morning. They are the people I have been worshipping with for decades and have no…

What to think about my husband

What to think about my husband

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | A wise and witty Christian counselor once said, “Your marriage is in trouble the day you realize you didn’t marry yourself.” My marriage is not in…

Eating unto the Lord

Eating unto the Lord

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | God promises food, and in that promise we can delight

Trying on the postman’s shoes

Trying on the postman’s shoes

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Faith & Inspiration | Today, after standing in line at the post office and watching the proceedings, I decided, when my turn came, to preemptively say as I handed the postal worker…

‘It ain’t over till it’s over’

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Faith & Inspiration | Recently I said to my bedridden newlywed husband that I wondered why things have turned out the way they have. He replied, “They haven’t turned out…

An appreciation for my dentists

An appreciation for my dentists

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Culture | The most impressed I have been by academia in many years is in the dentist chair of the university dental clinic I frequent. I had almost despaired of the…

The value of writing things down

The value of writing things down

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Faith & Inspiration | There may come a season when your life is so upended that complacent verities will get a shaking like those Christmas snow globes, and in the whirlpool you…

Trusting in the boundaries set by God

Trusting in the boundaries set by God

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | I don’t know why feminists haven’t discovered this story, but Zelophehad’s daughters could be their poster children, all five of them: Mahlah, Noah,

Remembering God is God, and we are not

Remembering God is God, and we are not

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | In my read-through-the-Bible resolution, I hit Exodus 25 with a thud. I peered warily down a long stretch of chapters about building materials and cubit…

Finding form and freedom in the Christian life

Finding form and freedom in the Christian life

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | Many years ago, a group of us single seminarians were eager to hear the best Christian counselor in town on the subject of marriage. What profound nuggets of…

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