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THIS IS ME! Climbing in the Cathedral Provincial Park, in BC, Canada. Do you see the beautiful view through the crevasse of the rock walls? But this place was scary, and I didn’t know which way to go.

Sometimes life gets messy and we don’t know what to THINK. We’re between a rock and a hard place and we get stuck… Scared to push forward, afraid to back down…

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I’m thankful with Thanksgiving because I still live in “God’s country” a beautiful natural world that was exquisitely designed for our enjoyment!

I’m grateful to be alive at this exact time in history, in an unpolluted northern countryside, in the ease of 21st-century modern conveniences and privilege. BUT IF we don’t stop the greed from Continue reading

“Me? Climb a mountain? No way.”

That’s what I thought at first when friends suggested we climb the heights of Cathedral Peaks in the province of British Columbia, Canada. But hey, I’m supposed to be empowered – I’m supposed to walk by faith, not by sight.¹ Continue reading

I am sad. But tears are sliding down the cheeks of many people right now. They’ve been ravaged by recent tragedies; huge tornadoes, giant wildfires, and massive flooding. How does one accept the calamities that overtake us? What do you do after the tears?

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Creating with Faith series: Part 9photoWhat do you do if you have Faith but you’re stuck in the Now? If you’re doing all you can and you’re sure of what you hope for, but it seems to be taking forever? That’s when a bold plunge into action is needed…. Continue reading

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Conceive and believe, yes! But there is one more component to activate your beliefs into reality. You have to get them out of your head! How are they transferred… Continue reading

CH8 Activating Spirit

How do we activate our faith? You know, our faith in miraculous changes taking place to our physical reality. No, this post is not about our brand of religion, but the power in our belief system. Continue reading

Keaton Inukshuk

Higher Power is only discovered when it is absolutely necessary. Well, out in the middle of the isolated Canadian wilderness, a hundred miles from the nearest town, I discovered the source of this power. I wasn’t afraid anymore! Not quite traditional Christian doctrine, but the pieces all fit together and answered my questions. My faith became an active powerful force!

From Kirkus Reviews: "Familiar concepts, sure, but Rozek’s unconventional perspective makes them seem invigoratingly new." 

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A passionate rereading of Christianity and the nature of personal faith.

Canadian author Rozek’s debut takes the form of an enthusiastic top-to-bottom re-envisioning of the Christian mythos. ….she goes back to the Bible with fresh eyes and reads it anew in search of the answers to basic questions such as “Why am I here?” or “What’s the purpose of life anyway?”

Rozek’s conceptual revamping of traditional biblical ideas ultimately appeals to the well-known Christian narrative: Jesus died as a sacrifice and as a living key to redemption. “By accepting the death of this Great One as a ransom for our freedom,” Rozek writes, “each of us can belong to something far greater than ourselves.” The book then broadens from this dramatized 21st-century recasting of the Messiah story to include some intriguingly wider suggestions for how the faithful of any denomination can find meaning: “The Great Ones know that in order for us to have abundant lives, we must first learn how to love.”

Familiar concepts, sure, but Rozek’s unconventional perspective makes them seem invigoratingly new. A well-written and welcoming take on the traditional tenets of Western religion.

 

Review OnlineFeb. 6th, 2014

photoWhat do you do if you have Faith but you’re stuck in the Now? If you’re doing all you can and you’re sure of what you hope for, but it seems to be taking forever? That’s when a bold plunge into action is needed…. Continue reading

Ornate gold-gilded cathedrals spiral upward from cobblestone streets in the old cities we find ourselves in. Why do we stumble in over the thresholds to gaze at the decadence of religion?

Lisbon Cathedral

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