K. J. Bagnall

Writer. Editor. Illustrator. Mental Health Activist. Christian.

May 1, 2017
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The God of Leviticus: He is Just

The God of Leviticus is a just God. What, exactly, do I mean by “just”? I mean He is a fair God. Able to be simultaneously compassionate and firm. This post is one of my “The God of” Challenge series. … Continue reading

January 23, 2017
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Be Careful What You Sacrifice (A Brief Preview: The God of Deuteronomy)

So, with my “God of” challenge where I’m reading through the whole bible start-to-finish, I’m currently reading Deuteronomy. And a verse in chapter 20 has me thinking, about being careful what you sacrifice — or not cutting down fruit trees. Hello … Continue reading

December 5, 2016
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The God of Exodus: He is Forgiving

The God of Exodus is a forgiving God. This may startle many; I mean, I’m only up to the second book and the key take-away from it is God’s forgiveness? Doesn’t that become important later, when Jesus shows up? Forgiveness … Continue reading

September 3, 2016
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The God of Genesis: He is Committed

Genesis is a long book, full of stories, people, trials and triumphs. I’ll be skipping over a lot, so I encourage you to read through it yourself. The purpose of “The God of” Challenge is to find more facets of His … Continue reading

July 9, 2016
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Self-Esteem: One Less Worry

Something about my self-esteem defies expectations. I have great self-esteem. Always have. Despite being raised by a mother modelling poor self-esteem, despite being bullied in primary school, having anxiety, witnessing a mum have an unexpected break-down, despite my minor abandonment issues, despite … Continue reading