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Living My Faith

A sincere relationship

Have you received a beautiful gift from someone and thought, “Instead of this, I would rather have had a chance to sit and talk…

Bible 101

Almost sunk

In yesterday’s devotion, we discussed the massive work Noah’s family dedicated for decades building the ark. The ark was so huge it could fit…

Bible 101

Rising above

Have you experienced the Ark Encounter in Kentucky? It’s near impossible to walk through this built-to-size replica of Noah’s ark without being in awe….

Life’s Challenges

A new master

Imagine a certain sin. You’re not just tolerating it like a stray dog that occasionally squeezes under your fence. But you feed it. Adopt…

Living My Faith

Pray the fine print

Joab was a successful military commander in King David’s army. His faith was bold. He was a fighter. Sometimes he struggled to keep his…

Living My Faith

The archeological gospel

In the spring of 2020, in a quiet museum in Jerusalem, I saw the price Jesus paid for our peace. Back in 1968, some…

Living My Faith

He’s up

Commercial insurance broker Sam Castronova posted the following on his weblog back in 2010: “To all my Brothers out there trying to win the…

Living My Faith

Stress and rest

Set down your devices and devotional booklets for a second and flex with me. Feel that bicep as you curl your fist close to…

Living My Faith

Just enough

There’s a comforting promise given by your Good Shepherd, Jesus, in Psalm 23 that’s often overlooked. In verse 3 David wrote, “He guides me…

Living My Faith

I love my job

How do you feel about your job? Do you spring out of bed each morning, thinking, It’s another workday! I can’t believe I get…

Living My Faith

The grumble/gratitude zone

I have a theory about why we sometimes grumble and why we’re sometimes grateful. My theory is that our attitudes are based almost entirely…

Living My Faith

The comfort in the Lord’s Supper

There are differing beliefs when it comes to celebrating the Lord’s Supper. Some Christians believe that the bread and wine “represent” the body and…