Kurt Bubna

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The Beauty of Us in Times of Uncertainty

By KurtBubna | April 10, 2021

The impact of Covid-19 on our world, culture, and, yes, the Church, is undeniable. Sadly, in my opinion, we have yet to see the complete adverse financial and emotional outcomes still on the horizon.   What mark has this season of fear left on our children?   What financial struggles are still to be revealed? […]

The Day After Easter

By KurtBubna | April 4, 2021

  I love Easter and the celebration of the new life and new hope we have because of the resurrection.   However . . .   The day after the very first Easter, many things were the same as the week before.   The self-indulgent and pleasure-seeking King Herod was still on the throne.   The evil empire of […]

What to Do When All Hope Is Lost

By KurtBubna | March 29, 2021

(This post is an excerpt from my book, Uncommon Hope, previously published as “Between the Cross and Easter. Find the book here.)     If anyone ever felt ineligible for future greatness, it would have been the first disciples of Jesus.   Every one of them had abandoned Jesus on the night Judas betrayed Him. […]

How to Beat Grumpiness, Irritation, and Anger

By KurtBubna | March 22, 2021

  First, a confession (yes, I confess a lot): I’ve been almost unbearable to live or work with lately.   The reasons?   Many.   I’m suffering from Coviditis (a weariness due to all things coronavirus-related).   I’m frustrated with a variety of things and people (too many to mention here).   I’m disappointed in a variety […]

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