Category Archives: Theology

What’cha Reading: Book 1, Part 2

I recently started a new blog series called Whatcha Reading. My inaugural post was part 1 of a review of a book called Unfettered Hope by theologian Marva Dawn. Due to the density of this book, I decided to break … Continue reading

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A Contemporary Song Of Lament

Have you ever been confused or frustrated with God? Who hasn’t ?!?!? What’s remarkable about God is that he’s not put off by our hurts and hang-ups. In fact he invites us to bear our authentic selves before him in prayer. … Continue reading

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Why Kenya?

(Part 4 of 6) Why Kenya? Since its inception in 2008, Chrio Communities has been blessed by a friendship with the community of Njuruta, Kenya through a Christian, relief and development organization called Food for the Hungry (FH). While Njuruta … Continue reading

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Why Honduras?

(Part 3 of 6) I want to introduce you to one of our own, a young woman named Jenny Kast. Her love-affair with Honduras began a few years ago when she and her husband, Sean, moved there to serve with an organization called “Heart … Continue reading

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Why? (Ctd.)

(Part 2 of 6) Recap Why? That was the question I asked in last week’s post. More specifically: Why do we as Christians do the stuff we do? Now by the stuff we do I mean the stuff Christians should be … Continue reading

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Why?

(Part 1 of 6) A Conversation It was a brief conversation. I don’t remember her name, but I do remember her profession. She was a doctor, and at the time we were working in the same office complex. One day … Continue reading

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