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Carmen Dillon

Extravagantly Equipped

Have you ever felt cheated? Inadequate? Wanting? I have. On nights when unfulfilled desires haunt my dreams, I wake up feeling that I’ve been cheated. While sitting on my bedroom floor and attempting to piece together a Sunday school lesson, I’ve sensed my inadequacy to reach the hearts of teens. And in my prayer life,…

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Hearts Lie ~ God Doesn’t

Carmen Dillon

I remember once flipping through TV channels and stopping to watch Pocahontas. As Pocahontas tried to decide whom she should marry, how to react to the Englishmen, and whether or not to save John Smith, I watched a tree transform into an old woman who chanted, “Listen to your heart.” And then I watched Pocahontas…

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The Compelling Image

Carmen Dillon

If you were to draw a picture of worship, what would you draw? What does worship look like? When I google an image on worship, I find silhouettes of men and women whose faces tilt toward a sunset and lift their hands to heaven. But is worship lifting our hands and repeatedly lifting God’s name…

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Single & Serving

“It’s not what I prayed for, it’s not what I wanted, it’s not something I understand.”[i] As I listened to Courtney Collingsworth sing the opening lines of “Your Ways are Higher Than Mine,” my throat closed. For me, that it was singleness. I had planned to attend college and get a master’s degree as quickly…

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