Spiritual Reflection Needs To Be More Than “What Am I Doing Wrong?”

It’s hard to figure out how your faith walk is going if you never look at it, and yet we’re often tempted to treat that sort of introspection the same way we treat food that is healthy but that we don’t really want to eat: we put it on the back shelf of the fridge until it molds, and we pretend it isn’t there. [Click title to read more.]

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Monday Morning: Making Your Spiritual Practices Work Better When Your Hair Is On Fire

I don’t want God to be a chore, or one more thing that I have to do for the day. Here are five things I’ve started doing to make my Monday spiritual practices a little more bearable. [Click title to read more.]

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Losing The Sense of Entitlement

I wonder more and more if a sense of entitlement isn’t the curse of the modern Christian. I’ve been convicted about it lately, this concept that I have: that there are certain things in life that I deserve and should have, and that not having them represents a violation of some sort of pact God never actually even made with me. [Click title to read more.]

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The Importance of Remembering Death

Our culture rarely deals intimately with death any more: we have cordoned it off, confined it to funeral homes and hospitals, done everything to keep it separate from us as we try to think up ways and means to evade the inevitable ourselves. But it wasn’t always that way. And I suspect that in the interim, something has been lost.

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