Between now and November 4, it's inevitable that you'll discuss politics with colleagues and friends. Whether you want to or not, and whether you're somewhat benighted (like me) or quite knowledgeable about it all, it seems impossible to avoid this topic. Therefore, you're going to run into folks who disagree with you. J.C. Schaap offers a reflection about how we come to know the things we know. It's called "Pilgrimage" and it encourages me to listen more than speak, especially in this voting season. The watershed events in my life happened when it became perfectly clear to me that we can't and don't clone ourselves... Read More

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I am Sam. I joined High Calling Blogs in the Spring of 2008 and I'm glad you stopped by.

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When we become Christians, we don't merely choose an eternity in heaven over hell. Rather, we are "born again"; like a newborn child, each of us enters into a new life that we fully inhabit, day-in and day-out. God desires that we pursue a relationship with him every day, in all aspects of life. When we try to live daily life for the sake of his glory, he deems it sacred.

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