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The prophet Jeremiah has a reputation for being very unhappy. He was dealt a lousy hand, and his audience regularly played the victim card….

Bible 101

Where does your compass point?

If you are a fan of the movie series Pirates of the Caribbean, you know all about Captain Jack Sparrow’s magic compass. His compass did…

Social Issues

Everybody is warped

All sin is bad. No sinners are any better than any other, but you wouldn’t know that from some of our national “Christian” dialogue…

Living My Faith

Recognize your idols

The word idol today has a pleasant connotation. In today’s lingo it means a star, a great performer, someone who can wow and dazzle a crowd,…

Living My Faith

No room for pride

“I got this.”—Every guy who ever lived. Why are guys so afraid to ask for help anyway? And it isn’t just refusing help from…

Friends & Family

A God of unlimited resources

Every Christian pastor knows of the growing plague of young people just moving in with each other without the benefit of marriage. We’ve heard…

Friends & Family

Choose to be patient

One of the reasons marriages fall apart is seeing too much of one’s spouse. Seriously! When you’re dating, you see the other person only…

Friends & Family

Sacrifices for the truth

We all like to be comfortable. As the saying goes, nobody wants change except for a baby with a wet diaper. Even if we…

Living My Faith

Work isn’t a four-letter word

A teacher, a nurse, a lender, and a welder. This isn’t the punch line to a joke. These are the occupations of my children….

Depression & Anxiety

Praying at our wits’ end

We hit our limits by getting ahead of ourselves: stretching, trying, straining, falling, adjusting, and trying again. We gain wisdom from overreaching. We learn…

Friends & Family

The two most important things I say to my kids

If you were to ask my kids to do an impression of me, they would probably pronounce (in a funny voice, because that’s apparently…

Prayer

Answer to prayer

Have you ever said that something was an “answer to prayer”? That phrase is freely used to refer to any number of situations where…