We tend to only focus on what is happening to us, not the impact our reaction may have on the lives of others. … Read More Christians Suffer Just Like Everyone Else: A Lesson From Job
But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ—by grace you have been saved— and raised us up with him and seated us with him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus, so… Read More Should Grace Be This Complicated?
The most important thing we need in this life is not the stuff we are so busy trying to acquire, but the free gift of faith that is so freely given.… Read More How Do We Find Space for Jesus In Our Busy Lives?
If you are feeling the weight of this time in our country and feeling a sense of hopelessness, find comfort in this, God is still seated on the throne.… Read More Where Has Civil Discourse Gone?
There is much debate today regarding who Jesus gave the Great Commission to that is found in Matthew 28. The discussion in my tribe circles whether Jesus gave the mission mandate only to the twelve apostles (the clergy) or was it given to the larger group of disciples (everyone). While this might be a fun… Read More Five Key Truths About The Great Commission
The lost soul’s only hope is the good shepherd who will come after them and hopefully find them, and carry them back to safety. … Read More Are the Needs of the One Greater Than the Needs of the Many?
Sheep will only lie down when they have had plenty to eat and are feel safe and secure.… Read More Still, Waters Run Deep!
The Shepherd heals and restores the broken.
… Read More Do You Know Any Shepherds?
Are you oblivious to the obvious?… Read More Are You Oblivious to the Obvious?
The point is that it is not odd to have moments in your faith life where you struggle to be sure. But what do you do in those moments of doubt?… Read More The Cure To Overcoming the Thomas Syndrome of Doubt