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Wrecked for the Ordinary update

Our online magazine for spiritual misfits Wrecked for the Ordinary is gaining some traction and providing some quality content. I highly recommend you check out this week’s issue. Here are some snippets of the content: Animal Abuse and Sin by Karen Swank I started my “dream job” this w…
By Seth Barnes
Our online magazine for spiritual misfits Wrecked for the Ordinary is gaining some traction and providing some quality content. I highly recommend you check out this week’s issue. Here are some snippets of the content:
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Animal Abuse and Sin by Karen Swank
I started my “dream job” this week at a Christian shelter for abused women and their children. Part of my training is a big stack of reading on the psychology, sociology, patterns, and problems of abuse, including deep exploration of biblical perspectives on it…


wrecked culture smIdolatry of the American President by Kelly Ramsey
This is a plea to the American public. More specifically, it is an outcry to the body of Christ. It is a reminder that in this day and age, our hope and trust do not, must not, and can not lie in the office of the Presidency of the United States. Our hope lies in our God, and God alone….


wrecked ARTS smVoices in Culture: Ever Stays Red Interview  by Lauren Deville
“When you are given a gift, you have to use it. You have to deal with the responsibilities and dilemmas of it. You cannot run from it…” Those words echoed in my head this past weekend when I had the privilege of working with the up-and-coming band Ever Stays Red…

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My parents became dissatisfied with the institutional church when I was younger. Although I attended Christian school through eighth grade, they thought it best to try something a little more unconventional, maybe even a little radical…

wrecked ADVENTURE smSearching for a Spiritual Father, Pt. 2 by Jeff Goins
That next year, I had a different dad every night. I traveled the country with a band, staying with different families on the road. I sometimes asked the men of our host homes (those that were around, any way) questions about what it means to be a Christian man and a father. I got so many answers…


wrecked POVERTY smCaring for Widows: An Interview with Kari Miller (Part 2) by Hannah Lythe
When I first met these widows, I was so guarded. I wondered if it was even possible to have real friendships with women so completely different from me. What does an HIV positive woman in abject poverty have in common with a healthy woman from the wealthiest country on the planet? With a prejudice I didn’t even know I had, I doubted that real friendships would ever be possible…
 
Read all these and more at: www.wreckedfortheordinary.com

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