On Looking Ten Years Forward, Not Back

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If you’re familiar with my work, you know how much I despise writing ‘life hacks’. Well, this post borders (though I wouldn’t say it quite qualifies) on being just that. But bear with me, because who knows — it might prove helpful and redemptive for you at a certain low-grade level, at least (have I sold this post to you yet? — good, here we go).

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Word bearer. Public theologian. Kinda woo woo. Working househusband. Thoughts are my own.

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Jonas Ellison

Jonas Ellison

Word bearer. Public theologian. Kinda woo woo. Working househusband. Thoughts are my own.

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