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Life’s Challenges

Your name in the book of life

I have a vivid memory from the late 80s of two people sitting at our kitchen table—my mom and Bob. I can hear those…

Life’s Challenges

Dealing with Death

At most Christian funerals, the peace-filled words of Psalm 23 are spoken: “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want” (verse 1 ESV)….

Living My Faith

Transplant recipients

Macey Wright was born with a congenital heart defect. She was 14 when she learned she’d be getting a new heart. Her mom filmed…

Social Issues

Millenials are people too

To all of you who graduated high school since 2000, on behalf of Baby Boomers and Gen Xers everywhere, I want to apologize for…

Life’s Challenges

Pain is temporary

According to Jesus, I’m afraid of the wrong things. Like my back. A few years ago, I was a solid 6’ and 2.5” tall….

Life’s Challenges

What makes hell like hell

I’ve been to hell. No joke. I ran into the very pit of hell and escaped to tell you the story. I should explain….

Bible 101

Our forever home

The word home has got to be one of the most emotionally charged words in the English language, especially around the holidays. It is…

Living My Faith

Follow first—the best part of Christianity

Yesterday I told you the hardest part of Christianity—Jesus commands us to prioritize God, to follow first. Today I want to tell you the…

Who is God?

I promise

How many promises have you made in your lifetime? How many have you broken? You’ve probably made enough promises to realize that they get…

Who is God?

Jesus is worth the hype

During the collectibles craze of the late 1980s, I realized that if my brother and I hadn’t opened his original Star Wars toys, they…

Depression & Anxiety

Control is fleeting, but GOD is forever

I learned from a local doctor how common it is for teenage girls to cut themselves. Self-harm might seem like odd behavior, but the…

Who is God?

Comfort is fleeting, but GOD is forever

“Can I put on my comfies?” That question is asked nearly every night in my home. When Kim or I come home from work,…