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Left on read

For today’s high school and college students, the worst thing you can do is leave them “on read.” Let’s pause a moment for a…

Life’s Challenges

Big or small

How big does a problem have to be before God is interested in it? I wonder about that sometimes when I hear children bring…

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…

Depression & Anxiety

When the fever breaks

Having the flu is no fun, especially when it’s accompanied by aches, fever, and chills that make you toss and turn all night, shivering…

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,…

Life’s Challenges

Chill out

About eight years ago at a local Barnes & Noble, while looking at the overpriced DVDs, I found something amusing. Those who say God…

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?

God alone

“For God alone my soul waits in silence; from him comes my salvation. He alone is my rock and my salvation, my fortress; I…

Life’s Challenges

Whom he walked toward

The miracle of Peter walking on water always amazed me. I wondered what it must have been like for him to take that first…

Depression & Anxiety

How to deal with anxiety (Part 4)

Out of the 30 times that words like worry and anxiety show up in the Bible, 8 of them are in Jesus’ classic teaching…

Depression & Anxiety

How to deal with anxiety (Part 3)

There are 30 Bible passages where words like anxious or worry show up, and two of them specifically encourage us to pray. Paul wrote,…

Depression & Anxiety

How to deal with anxiety (Part 2)

This might sound like heresy, but if you’re super anxious, it might be better to start with breathing than with your Bible. I say…