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Bible 101

Rizzin indeed!

Not too long ago, one of my employees paid me a lovely compliment . . . I think. She told me I had “W…

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…

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

New life

In the days preceding his death, Jesus reminded his disciples of a lesson from nature that had application in his own life and the…

Living My Faith

I am Jesus’ witness

“I just want my life to mean something! I want to make a difference!” Have you felt that way? God also wants your life…

Living My Faith

The most important thing about you

The theologian A. W. Tozer famously said, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us”…

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…

Who is God?

No “meh” in Messiah

“Behold!” we sang just a few short weeks ago. “Come and see!” we were told. “Joy to the world!” we cried with gusto. “Let…

Friends & Family

Four reasons we need each other

Do you have a personal relationship with Jesus? That’s not necessarily a bad question. Our heavenly Father has no grandchildren. You can’t be a…

Friends & Family

This little light of mine

A little boy forgot his lines in a Christmas program. His mother was in the front row to prompt him. She gestured and formed…

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…

Living My Faith

His hands

Hands show the work you do. Farmers have dirt under their nails perpetually. Artists will always have paint on their hands. My neighbor is…