By

Colin Miller

Life Lessons from the Homeless #1 – FAITH

“O you of little faith, why did you doubt?” These are Christ’s words to Peter, taken from the passage where Jesus walks on water towards the disciples’ boat. At the beckoning of Christ, Peter steps out of the boat and walks upon the sea, but when he saw the strength of the wind and the...
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The Art of Wasting Time

As missionaries, we are committed to wasting time. Our schedule is frequently blocked off with long hours dedicated to mastering this lost art form. Why are we so committed to wasting time? Have we gone off the deep end after reading a new age pamphlet, abandoning mission work in favor of a bizarre means of...
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Let Baltimore Burn

I know A LOT about fire. Seriously. I’ve spent a third of my life studying fire. I went to a university that offered classes taught by world experts in fire science and spent several years researching wildfires. And you know what I’ve realized more and more? There is SO MUCH that I don’t know about...
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Into the Holes of the Poor

“Pray that I get back to life. Not this life. One that’s worth living.” These are the anguished words of a homeless man on a busy street in Baltimore. I’ve seen him several times before, but today he opens up and pours out his story as I sit down and listen. He stares into the...
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