Author Archives: Blake Hart

About Blake Hart

My goal in life is to follow Jesus as faithfully as possible.

We Need Worlds to Collide

Originally posted on Thoughts of a Recovering Seminarian:
Recently, here in Arica, we were blessed to host a couple Cuban pastors. They shared of their churches, their experiences, and their reality. It was a wonderful time. Hearing this one pastor…

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“I’m always learning something new.”

The past couple of months have been a challenge. On top of my normal teaching responsibilities at the Theological Institute and the Center for Biblical Formation, I’ve been preaching and teaching weekly at one of the local Baptist churches. Preparing … Continue reading

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Moving Forward

The past few months have been a journey that Bekah and I never wanted to take. Not a day goes by that we don’t think about our dear Silas. Remembering and mourning his all-too-short life is still a major part … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Thoughts of a Recovering Seminarian:
Love is the final theme of the advent season, and it is, perhaps, the hardest for me to write about. It is often the theme that points us towards our family and…

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Peace is another central theme to the advent season, and I have grown to be painfully aware of the political aspects of peace, both today and in the times of Jesus. The…

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Because He lives…

Bekah and I love hymns; in terms of worship, they are the language of our hearts. Whenever we have the opportunity to sing them during a church service it is a blessing to us. This morning our hearts were blessed … Continue reading

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Our Family

“I really enjoyed our time with them.” “I love them so much!” “I’m so grateful to have people like them in our lives.” Those are just a sampling of some of the phrases that Bekah and I continually said to … Continue reading

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