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Unfiltered Interview With Doug Bursch

Doug shares a special unfiltered interview of his guest appearance on the Fuel For Life Podcast, hosted by Bogdan Kipko. During the podcast, Doug talks about ministry and accountability, dealing with conflict, celebrity Christian culture, consumerism, the problem with options, the purpose of the church, spirituality versus sensuality, dealing with hurt in the church, spectating […]

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Poems from a Plane (2/15/2012): Starting over, Bitter Saint, A Thoughtless Offering, My Present Need, Barb. . . ara, and The Problem with Spiritual Fathers.

Poems from a Plane (2/15/2012) Starting Over by Doug Bursch Before I say goodbye to this life, I will begin again. And I will believe that a rebirth is better than an inevitable end. I’m sure it will seem irresponsible to some. . . But so few actually try. So even if I’m wayward, I […]

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Spring Seems to Have Sprung.

Spring seems to have sprung.  The flowering plum trees have given up on dormancy to once again burst on the scene, drawing pink poetic contrast to tornadoesque skies.  Even so, this year the plum blossoms appear particularly susceptible to the whims of prevailing winds.  A rain and wind, one-two punch, could quickly change that canvas. […]

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Bury Me Upside Down, Coffin Lid Open

The Dust of Eden It’s all a bit odd.  Dirt covers the earth and pavement covers the dirt.  People travel the pavement in cars.  They sit in their cars, on their phones, talking to someone else, somewhere else.  Eden is buried, it’s beneath us. Dirt covers the earth and buildings cover the dirt.  In the […]

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Reasons not to believe in God

Reasons people don’t believe in God. . . God is immoral.  Why would God allow for such pain and suffering?  If God is good, why does he allow bad things to happen?  I cannot follow a God who would allow bad things to happen.  Shame on you God!  Shame on your morality. God is indifferent.  […]

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I Hate the Devil and Monopoly!

I hate Monopoly!  I grew up in a home that did not condone excessive use of the word “hate”.  Whenever I whined the word “hate” to show my displeasure, my mother would remind me that “Hate is a very strong word that is best used to describe such things as the devil.” With this in […]

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