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  • In my private reading time, I’m currently in the book of Leviticus. I know some of you may wonder, “Did he just say Leviticus?” Yes, I said Leviticus! It’s actually a really good book.
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  • My list of things I want to highlight. So, shout out to:
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  • Jennifer: I guess this discussion arose from your own mention of an interest in zombies. This got me thinking. In all honesty, up until February 2015, I really never gave them a serious thought. I’ll tell you a little about how my own preoccupation began, and then I’d like to hear from you.
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  • I had a panic attack, or at least a semblance of one, this past week. If you have never had or heard of a panic attack, here are a few insights into what it’s like: It feels like you are going to die.
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  • We’re about to launch some great writing from Roosevelt Community Church, and this is our big FORMAL announcement. Look for Tuesday and Thursday posts on facebook around nine in the morning.
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  • Timothy Keller writes the following in his book The Gospel in Life: Grace Changes Everything, Study Guide (Zondervan, 2010), page 40: Why do we lie, or fail to love, or break our promises, or live selfishly?
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  • BACKPACK RADIO: Episode #214 Sometimes my kids, all earnest and curious about the world, ask me random questions like, “How far away is the moon?” and “Where are snakes’ butts?” Inevitably, I’ll answer, “Ask your dad.”
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  • I always get a little nervous when someone brings up kids and all of the noble attempts to raise Christian children, kids who stay in the church. First, my inferiority complex, my personal infirmity—the Lousy Mom Rash—flares. My skin gets red and itchy, and I wonder how in the world I will ever be able to do the right thing. I suck as a mom.
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