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The Path of Faith Requires This…

July 25th, 2019 · 1 Comment · Faith, Family

I had a dream Sunday night. It was exactly what I needed to understand. Not what I needed to know…what I needed to understand. In my dream I was at my house with my family. There was a cat walking around. After a while the cat was bigger. Then it was bigger. All of a […]

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Faith or Fault?

June 9th, 2019 · No Comments · Faith, Gospel of Mark, New Testament

Mark 2 is full of people who found faith and people who found fault. Read all four stories in the chapter and you will see it in each one. We get to choose which one we are going to be. If you choose to live in fear you choose to be the critic. If you […]

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Do the Next Right Thing

September 27th, 2016 · No Comments · Christianity, Faith, God

Somethings things get complicated. It gets hard to make what seems to be the best decision. If you do this, someone gets hurt. If you do something else, someone else might get upset. It can drive you crazy trying to figure out what to do. Missy and I have this saying that we will often […]

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Faith

March 15th, 2016 · 4 Comments · Bible, Christianity, Faith

In Hebrew the word is אֵֶמוּנָה and in Greek it is πιστις. We are talking about faith and if you can’t read either of those two words, it doesn’t mean you don’t have faith. You don’t have to be a Hebrew or Greek scholar to have faith. You don’t have to understand all the mysteries […]

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The Resurrection of Abraham, Sarah and Isaac

December 9th, 2015 · No Comments · Bible, Faith, Genesis, God, Hebrews, New Testament, Old Testament

God telling Abraham to sacrifice Isaac is a tough story. It brings up a lot of questions about God and a lot of questions about Abraham. We don’t get all of the answers but one of the answers we do get is found in Hebrews 11:17-19 in regard to what was going through Abraham’s mind […]

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Resources for Understanding Culture & Apologetics

June 30th, 2014 · 3 Comments · Books, Christianity, Faith, Religion, Worldview

I am working on a class that will help people understand culture, worldview and to understand how Christianity differs from the other major world religions. I have compiled some resources and thought the list might be helpful to others. Ministry in post-modern culture: Emerging Church by Dan Kimball Center Church by Tim Keller Deep & […]

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Jewish Festivals, the Seasons and Telling Our Story

January 27th, 2014 · 3 Comments · Bible, Christianity, Faith, Old Testament, Religion

We live in a time where technology helps even out the seasons. We can stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer. We can get bananas just about any time of the year whether they are in season or not. If they aren’t in season here they ship them from another area of […]

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The Appeal of Living in the Known

August 12th, 2013 · No Comments · Christianity, Faith, God

Living in the “known” has a lot of comfort and appeal but doesn’t always stretch our faith to the degree to which God calls. There is a big difference between only making decision when we think we are assured of success and living by faith and embracing what is unknown to us but known to […]

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May Guest Post Series: Women of Faith

May 1st, 2013 · 1 Comment · Christianity, Church, Discipleship, Faith, Jesus, Religion

In the month of May we are going to highlight some of the ladies out there for their perspective on faith, following Jesus and more. I am really looking forward to this for a few reasons. First, I am really appreciative that they are willing to contribute to this and I look forward to reading […]

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The Joy of Kids

April 9th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Christianity, Elijah, Faith, Family, Heaven, Jonah, Kids, parenting, Personal

Yesterday Jonah told me he wanted to be a pirate. He brought his red cape to me and asked if I would tie it around his head. He then made a makeshift sword and started saying “Arrrrr…” Then Elijah got in on the act. He put on a Santa Claus hat and told me he […]

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