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Evidence of the Spirit: Kindness

It’s not so hard to be nice to the nice. It’s not so hard to dish back at people who give you guff. It’s…

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Reckless love

Musician Cory Asbury struggled to understand what God was like. But things changed when Cory had a son. Whenever he held his baby, he…

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Worship is rejoicing

There’s a lot of logical content to our worship life. There are stories to be told, analyzed, and digested. There are doctrinal truths to…

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How Did I Fall Down This Rabbit Hole?

Have you fallen down the rabbit hole and suddenly found your priorities out of sync and life out of focus?

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Scared to give?

If you’re scared to give generously, whether your time to serve others or your money to spread the gospel, Paul’s words are exactly what…

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Worship is remembering

The Deists in England and colonial America in the 1700s believed in a God who created the world, but they had no confidence that…

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Givers get!

Every farmer agrees with Paul’s famous words: “Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously”…

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God loves a cheerful giver

The other day my eight-year-old and I were playing driveway volleyball when we saw our elderly neighbor. She was standing in front of her…

Life’s Challenges

Decide to love your life

I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve done my share of complaining about my life. It’s not too hard, you know, to find things to…

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Towel animals (aka, Jesus serves)

You know the service is good when housekeeping turns your bathroom towel into a sloth.  My extended family took a cruise recently and were…

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The Israelites aren’t the only ones with a problem

Raise your hand if you’ve ever thought the children of Israel were pathetic. Me too. I mean, really people, God brought down supernatural plagues…

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The sum of our lives

I don’t think I’m clinically depressed because I only feel sad in months that have an “r” in their names. I think it relates…