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Pastor Daron Lindemann

Pastor Daron Lindemann

Daron Lindemann serves at a new mission church in Pflugerville, Texas. He has authored several articles or series and writes a weekly blog called CrossWords. Pastor Lindemann lives with his wife, Cara, and has two adult sons.

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Living My Faith

The best version of you

You are the best version of yourself when you believe that what God says about you is true.  When you consume others’ social media…

Living My Faith

Stop playing it safe

I am a safety-holic and don’t take enough risks. I asked some guys at church if they wear safety glasses for yard chores like…

Bible 101

Trash talk?

I was bullied as a kid. He would stalk me after school and trash-talk: “I’m gonna punch you in the face!” I was too…

Life’s Challenges

Overflowing

“Excuse me, sir?!” I was trying to exit a coffee shop as a kind lady behind the coffee bar continued, “I was listening to…

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…

Who is God?

How much does Jesus love you?

I need to choose from my many shoes and shirts which to wear each day. As a matter of fact, I have to choose…

Bible 101

You shine!

In the rural hill country of Texas, miles away from city lights, many more stars appear in the night sky. It puts my constellation…

Life’s Challenges

Lipstick and a toilet brush

A high school principal was frustrated by the repeated lipstick graffiti on the girls’ bathroom mirrors.  One day she asked a group of girls…

Bible 101

Easter earthquake

Some of the worst earthquakes in our world’s history have killed 200,000-300,000 people in each incident. The Bible says there was an earthquake when…

Living My Faith

The day a tree stops growing

One of the largest and longest-living trees in the United States is the Seven Sisters Live Oak in Mandeville, Louisiana. This massive tree is…

Living My Faith

More than simple

The Bible says, “The complacency of fools will destroy them” (Proverbs 1:32). Complacency means being entirely satisfied with where I am, even if it…

Bible 101

What does God want for Christmas?

When I was a kid, my parents helped me and my sisters set out cookies and milk for Santa. Before we went to church…