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Look at me

If I knew that one hundred abusive people showed up at our church on a Sunday, I would say, “I’m happy you’re here. This…

Friends & Family

Fostering friendship leads to happiness

“If you had to make one life choice, right now, to set yourself on the path to future health and happiness, what would it…

Social Issues

Look at you

Depending on how you grew up, how your dad treated your mom, how your mom spoke to your dad, or how the adults in…

Social Issues

Abusers at church?

There’s a man in prison who watches Time of Grace and writes me grateful, encouraging, and faith-filled letters. One day, however, I came across…

Friends & Family

3 steps to better social connection

The health risks associated with a lack of human connection are equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Yikes. That’s not good news—and there’s…

Living My Faith

Spurs and barrel racing

One of the most popular competitions in the Austin rodeo is barrel racing, where the fastest time wins.  The rider and horse bust out…

Bible 101

Wanted: Dead (to be made alive)

There was a baptism at our church recently. Cute little girl in a fancy little dress. She had a bow in her hair. She…

Living My Faith

What is the real message of Easter?

For over a thousand years, Jewish believers worshiped God on Saturday, also called the Sabbath. But after Jesus rose from the dead, early Christians…

Living My Faith

The devil won’t get you

My family was driving through Alabama on our recent spring break trip when a billboard on I-65 suggested: “GO TO CHURCH! Or the Devil…

Friends & Family

Your group and more fruit

There’s an obscure but incredible reference in the Bible to the power of doing life together with other Christians. Psalm 133 says that God’s…

Living My Faith

Revival!

Asbury University in Kentucky made the news a few weeks ago. After a chapel service on February 8, students stayed to sing and pray…

Bible 101

God’s weird (but beautiful) Word

Psalm 133 might be the weirdest/most beautiful analogy in the Bible. It says that living in unity with God’s people “is like precious oil…