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Living My Faith

In it to win it

“Do you not know that when runners compete in the stadium, they all run, but only one receives the prize? Run like that—to win”…

Living My Faith

Get dressed!

Get dressed! This phrase starts and ends our days. Children fighting to take off their pajamas in the A.M. are arguing 12 hours later…

Life’s Challenges

Being a Christian is hard!

“Why is my life as a Christian so hard? It wasn’t this hard before.” That has been spoken or thought by many new Christians….

Living My Faith

Get in the wheelbarrow

Where are you struggling to trust the power and protection of God? Years ago a tightrope walker did amazing stunts at tremendously scary heights…

Living My Faith

They sharpen you

By nature, we become dull. Just ask the knives in your kitchen drawer. As time passes and meals are made, they don’t naturally become…

Life’s Challenges

If things are going well

If things are going well in this season of your spiritual life, I want to praise God with you. And I want to quote…

Life’s Challenges

Overflowing

“Excuse me, sir?!” I was trying to exit a coffee shop as a kind lady behind the coffee bar continued, “I was listening to…

Life’s Challenges

Taps

“Taps is a military bugle call played slow and solemn to invoke a feeling of remembrance and respect for the soldiers who have died…

Bible 101

The Word is Spirit

Sometimes I like to think about the connection between eternal treasure, the words of the Bible, and the work of the Spirit. In the…

Bible 101

The Word is a sword

My friend Ben realized he had forgotten his Bible when we were a state and a half away from home on the way to…

Living My Faith

Don’t wait … go all out for Jesus!

In her book The Happiness Project, author Gretchen Rubin spent a year focusing on improving different aspects of her life in order to become…

Bible 101

The Word is a seed

I told Ricardo, one of my soccer teammates, about a Bible app that people at my church loved. A year later he said, “Mike,…