Hi! My name is Denise. I’m a writer, awesome person and lover of the TV show Friday Night Lights. I’m currently working on my Master’s in Old Testament Biblical Studies. Jealous?

I’m passionate about understanding the Hebrew roots of our Christian faith because I believe that it helps us better know who God is, what he is like, and what he recommends for us as we live as disciples of Jesus the Messiah.

So, here on the bloggy we’ll discuss Christianity, Judaism, friends, work, school, food, television, fashion, culture and general awesomeness as we see how all of it weaves together in our daily discovery of Yahweh — the God who was and is and is to come.

If you have any comments or questions, or if you just want to give me compliments, please email me at denisemorrisfreelance@gmail.com.

Shalom, friends!

8 Responses to “About Denise”

  1. Courtenay Roberts said

    Hi Denise,

    I just wanted to drop a note letting you know how encouraging your attitude is in the midst of losing your job, and how excited I am that you’ve begun a blog. You’ll probably be hearing more from me, because I’m making it a point to make friends with awesome people:o)

    May the Lord bless and keep you,
    Courtenay Roberts

  2. denisemorris said

    Courtenay — yay, I love new friends! Glad to see you here!

  3. Hey! I just wanted to drop a note and let you know what a dummy head you are. That is all

  4. Rachael said

    Hi Denise, Thanks for your openness in your article on Boundless. It is very easy to be self-focused. Ideally, I’d like to find my delight in God and in others’ delight rather than wishing to have the things or situations what I think might delight myself. But of course the mindset is quite different from practice.

  5. Natalie S. said

    Hey Denise, look forward to reading more of your articles! The one about hair was so funny.
    Natalie

  6. I stumbled upon your blog and decided to send you words of encouragement! I entered seminary in my late 40s, graduated from the Claremont School of Theology and was ordained in 2007, and I’m considering going back for a D. Min. If I can do it, you can do it! My prayers are with you. (I never even attempted Hebrew, and I dropped out of Beginning Greek!) Remember – “We’ve come this far by faith, leaning on the Lord, trusting in his holy Word; he’s never failed us yet.”

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