Nichole Collins MacMillan

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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Wrecked!

This Sunday, I am preaching on Acts 29.  You need to read the whole chapter – but it hangs together as one thrilling story.  I think The Message version makes for a good read. I’m not an action flick kind of girl – not when it comes to movies and not when it comes to time […]

Dancing in the Kitchen, Songs that Shape My Soul, and Holy Ground

When I made the transition from full-time pastor to full-time, stay-at-home mom, I discovered the best radio station ever. Living in north Georgia, I tuned my dial to 88.1 and the voices of Richard Windham and his colleagues at WUTC, the public radio station out of Chattanooga, TN. While loading the dishwasher in the evening, […]

Mirna and Microwave Popcorn

I’m on the road this weekend – doing work that I love.  And then this happened. As I stumbled into your hotel, my feet were tired from being stuffed into fashionable cowboy boots for the past 11 hours. My body was longing for a hot shower, crisp sheets, and an easy cell phone conversation with […]

Epiphany

My friend Stephanie knows about things I don’t.  She flies airplanes for a living.  She embodies courage and an openness to change that is far beyond me.  Today, she is flexing her theological blogging muscle and shares her thoughts below.  She knows a thing or two about what she writes – and a whole lot […]

A New Year’s Eve Prayer

As I stand on the edge of a new thing, I bow to what you have begun in me: the work and the blessings of the year now done the brokenness you promise to redeem the struggle through which you promise to reshape me the balm of laughter the wonder of growing children the steadfast […]