We were made to yearn for an end to the darkness [Click title to read more.]
It is the great gift of the Spirit that to the insignificant, significance was given. That to us with our vaporous lifespans, whose greatest works of human engineering, technology, and intelligence will inevitably collapse and fade, the chance to create an eternal and enduring legacy was given. [Click title to read more.]
In all honesty, too many of us are hothouse believers: Christians who only fully express their holy nature when the circumstances and the moment and their feelings are right. [Click title to read more.]
Humans need community, and Christians most of all, and we must not be so preoccupied with not being of the world that we forget we are meant to be in it. But I do think that in our current civilization we must prize a momentary withdrawal. We must, for our own sake, seek the silence. [Click title to read more.]
As believers, we can't predicate our responses on the behavior of others. We can't wait for those around us to make the first move of kindness or love. [Click title to read more.]
Let's catch up, pray, and rest together. [Click title to read more].
A Christian clothed in gladness, to paraphrase Psalm 30:11, shines like a star in the dimness, and their value is not in the money they earn or in their productivity, but in their embrace of who and how they are: an enthusiasm and a passion that becomes contagious. [Click title to read more.]
One day at a time is manageable. One day at a time, anything is possible. We can all be available to God and fulfill our purpose and do amazing things - for one day. [Click title to read more.]
Let's catch up, pray, and rest together.
On a frightening level, I suspect that most of us are just deeply distracted day to day. That's why taking a step back is necessary. [Click title to read more.]