Author Archives: Joe Chambers

About Joe Chambers

I am the beloved of the Most High God. I am an avid reader and writer and have been a continuous learner since my college studies in Ancient Literature and English. I live at the base of Mount Princeton in the Colorado Rockies with my wife of over three decades. I believe I have been put here to tell people that God is not mad at them and to show them the way Home. I am the father of three sons, three beautiful daughters-in-law and four grandchildren. I love to read, tell stories, and spend time in the wilderness.

A Confusing Jesus and Learning from Women

But (Jesus’ parents) did not understand what he said to them. Luke 2:50 I woke up especially early, got dressed, made myself a hot cup of coffee, kissed my sleeping wife on the cheek, and walked out into the pre-dawn … Continue reading

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Seashell Radio

I’ve only read the occasional quote by Rachel Held Evans. I’m not familiar with her work in a personal way. I’ve been attracted to other writers since she became popular. But her tragic death this past weekend and the visceral … Continue reading

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The Book that We Love

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. – Saint John It has been said that 125 people died for every word of Hitler’s Mein Kampf in WWII. It is a … Continue reading

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The King Has One More Move

He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Matthew 28:6 For the Christian, death is just a change of address. – Anne Lamott Do you recognize the name “Mel Blanc?” He was the voice behind all of … Continue reading

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Unforgettable Beauty

And I will give him a white stone and on the stone a new name. ~Jesus There is a flower that lives above tree line in the Rocky Mountains that has captured my heart for almost forty years. It is … Continue reading

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The King and his Son

There once was a king who loved being king. He liked sitting on the throne and making decisions. He liked living in the castle; he liked the symbolic functions of his office; he liked visiting the towns and villages of … Continue reading

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The Taxman Cometh

The tax collector, standing far off, would not even look up to heaven, but was beating his breast and saying, ‘God, be merciful to me, a sinner!’  Luke 18:13 With the scolding stares of everyone on him, he doesn’t even … Continue reading

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