about me

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Hey, thanks for stopping by.  I am a wife and mother of three.  One married, one just graduating college and beginning a career, and one at home.  My husband and I pastor Living Stone Church in Spokane, WA.  livingstonespokane.com.  I love to write but if you poke around my blog you will see a 7-year gap between posts.  Suffice to say in the last seven years, church planting and working full-time has required the majority of my virtue.  Some of my passions have had to play second fiddle to the priorities at hand.  But 2018 is bringing some changes and I suspect I will have the virtue and time to once again pick up the pen. The last seven years have been a journey of Fear, Faith, Freedom, and Favor.   I look forward to sharing with you.

 

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5 Responses to “about me”
  1. Shellie Klink says:

    Hey Lori, how is the book club going? I am wondering if you are thinking about doing something virtually so those of us far away can play as well?

    Shell

  2. John M says:

    Your community work and spirit is commendable indeed. I am a student of the Bible and wonder if you post comments on what the Bible Really Teaches. I have found that the Bible’s teachings are in many ways contrary to many Christian church teachings. What are your thoughts.

  3. John M says:

    Hi, It seems you are very busy in community service and should certainly be commended. I am a Bible student. I find that many of the Bible’s teachings go contrary to the teachins of many Christians religions. What are your thoughts?

    • Lori Bradeen says:

      John, you would have to give me an example as to specifically what you are referencing. Surely there are discrepancies within various religions and churches. Doctrines vary among Christians. However, I believe when we have truly been touched by the grace of a Holy God, and we become, “born again,” there is a desire to love and honor the Lord by loving what he loves, people… broken people, misguided people, arrogant people, all kinds of people. When people come to Christ, their spirit is made new but it is a journey to transform our heart and character to that of Christ as well as grow in wisdom. So, Christianity reflects the messy process of God’s transforming work in our lives. Yet God chose to use the church, the body of Christ, with all of its shortcomings, to reveal himself to the word and one another. What a gracious God he is.

  4. John M says:

    Sorry about the double post…..:)

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