Tag: Growth

Why You Should Consider Convicted Civility

How do you handle theological controversy? Do you run away from it by agreeing to disagree, or do you see…

The Unexpected Upside of Waiting

In my previous career, I attended a lot of groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremonies.  What I found in those momentous…

How I Want To Go Thomas Jefferson On Suffering

You know what really bothers me?  All this talk about suffering in the Bible.  How suffering is necessary to conform…

Following Jesus In Personal Crisis

I heard a sermon this past Advent centered on the angel’s message to Joseph and it stuck with me.  See,…

Why You Should Keep Running, Even If It Hurts.

Life is like a marathon. It’s a long, grueling race, and within Christian thought, it is a race with a…

One Thought To Make Your Heart Sing

Do you want to have your heart sing?  Hear this promise to you: “But anyone who loves God is known…

Why should we read the Bible?

Why should we read the Bible? It’s not just for the knowledge or increasing the depth of our understanding of…

Called to Belong

Have you ever wondered if your life mattered? Think about it.  There are billions of people on the planet and…

Overcoming Powerlessness

This post really resonated with me from a blogger I really enjoy, Allison Vesterfelt.  She centers the conversation around powerlessness…

The Cost of a U-Turn

  The Lord will make a way for you where no foots has been before. That which, like a sea,…

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