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Living My Faith

Your audience of one

The audience gathers eagerly. The eighth-grade band students are dressed in their best backstage, nervously waiting for each of their names to be called…

Depression & Anxiety

Quiet; be still

I’ve never been in a boat in rough water. Have you? I almost drowned when I was about ten, so choppy water makes me…

Bible 101

An opened mind

While reading a study book on the 23rd Psalm, I was dangerously close to sleepwalking through the entire book. The author’s study questions and…

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….

Who is God?

What does it look like to be still?

One of my favorite Bible verses is Psalm 46:10: “Be still, and know that I am God.” Who knew eight words could be so…

Who is God?

Cut the engine

When I was 20 years old, I was writing for the local newspaper and found myself doing an interview in a three-seater Cessna airplane…

Life’s Challenges

God is working

People, even people within our Christian circles, do destructive, harmful, secretive things. David expresses it well in Psalm 64:6: “They plot injustice and say,…

Bible 101

Do not fear the kingdom of God

One of the hardest/scariest things about Christianity is that it declares Jesus to be King. That means you don’t get to make the rules,…

Bible 101

Listen to Jesus’ voice

Last summer my wife and I adopted a puppy named Huckleberry. Since bringing her home, the one thing that’s stood out to me the…

Living My Faith

Power up

Last winter we had a lot of snow, so much snow that we had an unexpected power outage. This isn’t normally a big deal,…

Bible 101

Jesus passed the test for us

Do you remember the standardized tests you took in school where you had to color in tiny circles with your #2 yellow lead pencil?…

Who is God?

The unvarnished cross

The Romans used the cross to scare people into submission. They wanted the thought of crucifixion to be so excruciating that potential rebels would…