Essays by Jonas Ellison

The jury’s still out for me

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Photo by CHUTTERSNAP


Our idol-making selves must come to their end in order for God’s love to break in and make us anew. To make us… Human again.

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Photo by Dave Weatherall


Bringing humanity back to our published words

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Photo by James Sutton


And how faith enables me to be honest as a writer

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Photo by Louis Hansel @shotsoflouis on Unsplash


What to do with the condemnation that we (and all humans) feel

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Photo by Slim Emcee


A Sermon on the First Sunday of Christmas

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Photo by Anthony Ievlev


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Photo by Roman Mager


Not the most Christian; but the most biblical, for sure

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Photo by Max Letek on Unsplash


When motivation is actually damnation

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Photo by Jake Hills


Life really starts when we become derailed

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Photo by Abigail Faith

Essays by Jonas Ellison

Longer perusings about faith, life, and work by Jonas Ellison

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