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  • Why Bother Having Hard Conversations?

    It’s been about six months now that my latest book, The Art of Hard Conversations: Biblical Tools for the Tough Talks that Matter has been released and God is using it to release many believers to share their faith, speak truth into hard situations, and be present for others facing tough times. My prayer is that readers like you will be as convinced as I am that we …[ read more ]

  • When Freeze Tag Takes a Dangerous Turn

    When you were a child outside with friends on a late summer evening, did you ever play freeze tag? That’s the game of tag where the one child who is “it” tags others who then are frozen in place until another player tags to “unfreeze” them. Christians these days are engaging in a dangerous version …[ read more ]

  • Why I am Grateful My Website was Hacked

    In life, we have choices – more than we often realize. Unexpected circumstances and situations we don’t create will always factor in – natural disaster, government takeovers, terrorism, death, disease, and all manner of hardship specific to life on this side of glory. Much of life is beyond our control – including the choices of …[ read more ]

  • In Rejection’s Wake

    You pull away to be alone with God in the sorry state you’re in – half seeking answers (though you know they aren’t on the horizon), but mostly wanting Him. Uncensored, you pour out your heart. Ask for mercy and the kindness of His assurance. And stamina to endure. He is the One with the …[ read more ]

  • When You’re Just a Big Loser

    Sometimes you think you’re getting somewhere, you know, with this whole growing up in Jesus business. You’re hitting your Bible regularly and going deep, not just the quick pass over a verse and a thought but digging in and rocking it. Your prayer life is consistent and gets more involved than “Help!” and “Please!” (not …[ read more ]