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Depression & Anxiety

A daily reminder

Allow me to introduce you to my number-one enemies—anxiety and doubt. How often I forget the words of God when a crisis or problem…

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…

Living My Faith

Jesus is worthy of the center spot

Is Jesus at the center of your life today? Or do you need to take care of many other things before you can get…

Living My Faith

The good of work and the gift of rest

“How are you doing, Michael?” “I’m busy.” Busyness is our way of virtue signaling. We are letting our fellow Americans know that we uphold…

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…

Prayer

Left on read

For today’s high school and college students, the worst thing you can do is leave them “on read.” Let’s pause a moment for a…

Life’s Challenges

The gift of now

Listening to the news and the watercooler gossip about the news, there’s a pretty good consensus that everyone’s positive everything’s bad in the world….

Bible 101

My truth? Maybe!

Have you heard phrases like “be true to yourself,” “live your truth,” or simply, “my truth”? They seem to be the most popular doctrine…

Life’s Challenges

Seek truth

It’s hard to know what to do when you don’t know what is true. I felt that way when COVID first hit. As the…

Bible 101

The only filter you need

On Facebook, one of my friends shared one of the best quotes I’ve ever seen attributed to Abraham Lincoln: “Don’t believe everything you read…

Depression & Anxiety

Better than a second chance

In the past, it was easy for me to feed into my fears about entering the public ministry, especially since serving God’s people was…

Living My Faith

Hoping for an apocalypse

It’s early January, and the official rules for bloggers state that I must write about resolutions. (That’s 100% accurate, but I’d prefer that you…