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  • The Biggest Mistake of Our Times

    People are sometimes born into the wrong times. Has this happened to you? Maybe, you were meant to live during the frontier days – you know, when times were simpler. Men were men. Women were women. And hard work, community, and honest living were valued. Or perhaps you were supposed to live the fifties on …[ read more ]

  • The Holiness of Worship that Bleeds into the Work Week

    Why does it have to be like this? You whimper as you sink into the chair, your face in your hands. Names of friends you could call flip through your mind like a contact list of lifelines but you can’t call – not again – you’d be telling the same old woes, asking the same …[ read more ]

  • One Bold Question I Dare You to Ask

    I spend a lot of time thinking about other people – thinking about them and praying for them. Doesn’t that sound lovely and spiritual? It’s not. To be fair, I’m not completely unloving – to the credit of the work Jesus has done in my life these fifty-some years, but my soul is quite the …[ read more ]

  • When Christians Who Sin are Exposed to the World

    There comes a time in everyone’s life when it’s important to grow up, to step into maturity, to move past childish things. It is that time in the life of the modern church. Specifically, we need to grow up around the topic of sin within the Body of Christ. The church is making headlines because …[ read more ]

  • The Funny Thing about Humility

    The funny thing about humility and arrogance is that they can masquerade as each other. When I made my first serious venture into writing, I entered my unpublished novel in a writing contest but didn’t even make the finals. I arrived at the writing conference where the winner would be announced worried that the trip …[ read more ]