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DISCLOSURES

Some lawyers stay up at night trying to ruin free society and create new rules. Therefore, here are the disclosures I must have that you probably won't read.

Story Tellers Anchor Societies & Inspire Them To Greatness


Story Tellers Anchor Societies & Inspire Them To Greatness


I spent the last two weeks (or more) evaluating. What am I doing this blog for? What am I doing in life? What SHOULD I be doing with my time? I cannot devote unlimited time resources. I only have a given number of hours in a day. I must find something meaningful and compelling to do with those hours.

As an INFJ, I devote a great deal of my mental real estate to what could be, rather than what is. This leaves me prone to favor shows like Stargate SG1, Star Trek, Star Wars, Marvels Avengers, Lord of the Rings, Marvels' Agents of Shield, Forever. I like to explore spiritual realities and possibilities. I enjoy the future, and what could be. I like to explore just beyond.


Stories - Narratives That Last



Before written language, story tellers were the anchor of a society; preserving it's history, enriching it's culture, inspiring it's people. From the oral traditions of ancient peoples, to Shakespear, to Pixars John Lasseter, stories... good stories... thought provoking stories... NEEDED to be told.

It is a need, not just entertainment. It's the breath of any vibrant society. The modern prevelance of rebooting stories from our youth does not reflect a culture of creativity; rather, it reflects a bored culture. It reflects a culture that has lost it's collective ability or willingness to tell stories that matter.

It is my role, as author, to provoke thought, challenge beliefs, suspend disbelief, engage, inspire, illuminate; through honest characters with real struggles and faults... but not interpret them for you. In the end, you must decide who was right or wrong.

My tastes are for spiritual realities, scriptural studies, science, science fiction, fantasies, supernatural, super heroes, epic action adventures. It is unlikely you will find me writing romance novels or thrillers (Stephen King Territory).

I am a Seer and Teacher. I see what others do not. I see how things fit, and how to make them better. I write and tell stories (Jesus called them parables). I should not always draw their meaning for you.

What I find fascinating, is that I read more NonFiction than I do Fiction; and yet, I remember the story telling the best. Even when the book is presented to be a true story, if it is written as a narrative, I remember it, embrace it, it becomes part of me.

I cannot recall the 10 steps of, or the 7 habits of...

But i can remember walking up a mountain with Frodo, struggling with a ring. I remember how I felt, when Aslan rose from the dead. I remember how confused and intrigued I felt, as Thomas Hunter worked his way through two lives in two worlds at once. I can also remember standing with Rick Joyner, in front of Jesus, getting washed from the layers of sin built up like plaque over my soul (references below).

So... I think I'm turning my attention to narratives (fiction and non fiction). Let's see how that goes.


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Some lawyers stay up at night trying to ruin free society and create new rules. Therefore, here are the disclosures I must have that you probably won't read.

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Here are some books I've been reading lately:
  • Hacker: The Outlaw Chronicles (here) by Ted Dekker (Author). The story of a young Hacker girl, who went on a wild adventure into the supernatural realm beyond trying to save her mom, but saved her self too in the process.
  • Saint: A Paradise Novel (here) by Ted Dekker (Author). He's an assassin, or is he? He finds a secret to his past that unlocks supernatural abilities, at a cost.
  • For a full list of all my book suggestions, see my Amazon Store.

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I Collect Churches

So I have a confession... I have a strange hobby. Some people collect toys, cars, stamps. Some people visit museums, zoos, arboretums.



I... collect church experiences. I visit churches and collect insights on the differences between them, leadership styles, music styles, facility choices, and the overall experience. I collect pastoral teaching and teaching styles. I collect theology and theological differences.
I didn't know it was a hobby at first. I thought I was just "looking for a home church", or looking for something I hadn't found yet. I thought I just hadn't found my place...

Some of that is true. But really, I somewhat accidentally turned studying church into a hobby. Maybe it's because I was a pastor's kid and saw some of the inside workings from a unique perspective. Maybe it's because I secretly, and not so secretly, feel I am supposed to be a pastor but I'm still trying desperately to be anything else.

Maybe it's because Church, …

Writing Prompt | Room and Bored

At the Heart Writers group meeting tonight, led by Lauren Stinton, we did a short writing prompt.

You have seven minutes to write (fiction or nonfiction) and it must include these three items/themes:

Jesus is Lord of allPrincessCat
Here is my result, with a bit of post-meeting editing and addition. Keep in mind, I wrote it in OneNote on my phone...

*** Room and Bored The light amplified through the double glass window pane, despite the clawed dusty drapes, warming Princess' furry belly. She was Queen of this castle and she held the honor with dignity.

Her human was a good servant. He brought her food at the appointed time. He changed her box. He performed his part admirably.

Then her life shattered.

Her human walked in the front door and laid a box on the table. "Princess, I have a surprise for you, " He said.

She rolled off the couch back and sauntered over. The pawed the box. It moved. She jumped back, "Moew," she cried.

A soft rumble came from the box.

Her hu…

Job Research: Regional Maps

http://bibleatlas.org/teman.htm

TEMAN


te'-man (teman, "on the right," i.e. "south"; Thaiman): The name of a district and town in the land of Edom, named after Teman the grandson of Esau, the son of his firstborn, Eliphaz (Genesis 36:11 1 Chronicles 1:36). A duke Teman is named among the chiefs or clans of Edom (Genesis 36:42 1 Chronicles 1:53). He does not however appear first, in the place of the firstborn. Husham of the land of the Temanites was one of the ancient kings of Edom (Genesis 36:34 1 Chronicles 1:45). From Obad 1:9 we gather that Teman was in the land of Esau (Edom). In Amos 1:12 it is named along with Bozrah, the capital of Edom. In Ezekiel 25:13 desolation is denounced upon Edom: "From Teman even unto Dedan shall they fall by the sword." Dedan being in the South, Teman must be sought in the North Eusebius, Onomasticon knows a district in the Gebalene region called Theman, and also a town with the same name, occupied by a Roman garrison, 1…

Have you died yet today?

Recently, I said I wasn't religious but I did have a relationship with Jesus. The person replied that is a "textbook" response for a Christian; therefore, I am a Christian; therefore, I am religious.

I have to laugh because "religion" is the dead following of dead traditions. The difference between my two-way relationship with a real living person (Jesus) and a religious person is the difference between a Tree and a Motorcycle. They have nothing to do with one-another.

Yet, I can see how they get it. Religious people would read this passage and see something totally different than I see, yet we read the same passage.
...anyone who has died has been set free from sin... In the same way, count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus... Don’t you know that when you offer yourselves to someone as obedient slaves, you are slaves of the one you obey—whether you are slaves to sin, which leads to death, or to obedience, which leads to righteousness? Roma…

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