Rev. Jason M. Karampatsos, PhD Blog

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Take the First Step

“You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” -Martin Luther King, Jr

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CAUTION, What you can’t see may hurt you

Family vacations are great. I have met people who dread family vacations as they go on about the driving, the lines for the attractions, and being cramped with the family for an extended period...

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Inexhaustible

“Our renewable energy supply is inexhaustible.” -Dick Brogden, drug Live Dead Joy

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The Elephant in the Marriage

One year ago, almost to the day, I penned my first word in what would become my first completed manuscript. I only shared this project with a few close friends as I was starting...

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January Snow

“I never eat December snowflakes. I always wait until January.” -Lucy Van Pelt

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Do You See What I See?

“Do you see what I see?” Isn’t it amazing how often we can be standing right next to someone, looking in the same direction, and see the same thing so differently. Henry David Thoreau​...

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I Cannot Do It

“I cannot do it,” Joseph replied to Pharaoh, “but God will give Pharaoh the answer he desires.” Genesis 41:16 (NIV) Many of us reading this are familiar with the story of Joseph being called...

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Much-Needed Challenge

[:en]A Marriage between Perception and Reality is a treatise that carefully considers the theological, scientific, cultural, gender–unique, and psychological perspectives on marriage. Dr. Karampatsos provides a much-needed challenge to all of us to think beyond...

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Metrics of a Healthy Church?

In the January “Called to Serve” ministers letter L. Alton Garrison shared some interesting findings that I thought I would share here today: Recently, Dr. Michael Clarensau has completed an intensive study of a...

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Is Tried

Nobody is perfect. You and I both have heard that before, but some of us really struggle with wondering if our “good enough” is good enough. Those nagging doubts infect our relationship with our...