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Pray for people

I hear a lot of confessions about pornography. Both men and women, young and old, married and single schedule a time to talk and,…

Friends & Family

Seek and save

“For the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost” (Luke 19:10). In October 2021, a hiker was lost in Colorado….

Living My Faith

The blessing of noticing and being noticed

Very often I sit by a 77-year-old woman at church. When she walks out of church, the pastor greets her with, “Good to see…

Friends & Family

You are not a black sheep

When Ananias reached out his hands toward the serial killer, I wonder if they were trembling. God had spoken directly to Ananias, sending him…

Friends & Family

Keep confessing

There is only one thing more agonizing than confessing your more embarrassing sins to another Christian. That one thing is confessing your embarrassing sins…

Living My Faith

The most important of all

Name some of the most important people and positions in our world. What did you come up with? Maybe you said, “The president, corporate…

Life’s Challenges

You are normal

When you find yourself addicted to destructive behavior, you might assume that you are not normal, the only one who struggles so deeply, so…

Who is God?

God is love

Want to hear three words that would have sounded wild to the religious crowd of the first century? Here goes—God is love. Read the…

Prayer

Do you believe in prayer?

Do you believe that prayer works? Do you trust that the words we speak in Jesus’ name reach the ears of God and move…

Living My Faith

Love God … that’s all

When I take couples through my premarriage counseling course, part of their homework is to invite an older couple out to dinner. The older…

Living My Faith

Give, not give up

I always think it’s interesting that people like to give up something for Lent. Often it’s something like a mini New Year’s resolution, with…

Living My Faith

Encourage others

I love getting mail, even if it’s a bill (at least until I open it), but to see my name in print, to see…