Author: Kelley Johnson

Walking the Way of Bartimaeus

Every month for the last two years, I have met a dear older brother for lunch, and together we pour over some deep theological work and wrestle with the Biblical applications. In a recent study we had been looking at mercy and landed in Mark 10:46-52, the narrative of...

COVID-19, Long Stress, and Self-Medication

We are all living in a prolonged season of uncertainty and stress, and we may find ourselves carrying feelings and emotional loads that are unfamiliar and uncomfortable. Even the new modes of connecting are causing their own problems, such as “Zoom fatigue”. Some, in...

Speaking from the Heart?

Several times in the last few weeks, I have had the opportunity to speak with people who are in tense relational situations: some that have been thrust upon them, some of their own making, and some a little of both. In one, the person admitted he had created the...

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