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  • The Unpleasant but Effective Remedy for Unbelief

    You walk into the home where you grew up. Every smell, every piece of furniture, every painting, every carpet is as familiar to you as the whiff of your father’s cologne. Bringing back memories of the man who chased monsters from beneath your bed, taught you to stand up to bullies because he had your …[ read more ]

  • A Greater Danger than the World’s Unbelief (part 1 – the problem)

    Every writer has an ideal reader. Mine is you. Every writer has a message. Mine is this: don’t stop believing. No, I haven’t been listening to my old Journey albums and I apologize if that song is now stuck in your head, but actually, I don’t. Let that one phrase echo in your mind today …[ read more ]

  • When Trouble Comes, Don’t Blink

    What do we do when we see things others don’t? How do we respond when they react with scoffing or disbelief? Why are there signs that to us are as clear as day while to others, they are easily rejected or ignored? A mother in Knoxville, Tennessee noticed a “small glow” in her 17-month-old daughter’s …[ read more ]

  • Because I Don’t Answer to You – That’s Why

    First, to my fellow believers, It’s incredibly tempting to take the bait. We’re like hungry trout. Always hungry. Relentless appetites for acceptance, belonging, meaning, security, attention, and comfort. We crave peace. We’re designed for unity, community, and worship. All these things can be ours in Christ. He accepts and receives us. Through Him, we belong …[ read more ]

  • What Can We Speak into This Moment?

    My dear friends, Oh, how I wish I was wise enough and skilled enough with words to write a post about recent happenings that would minister to your hearts and sort truth from lies. Like you, I am laid low by what has transpired in our country. I would say it has driven me to …[ read more ]