I discovered some precious pearls of joy and grace in the most unlikely of places: N.C. State Fair pig races.
Daily dependence on God is a necessary condition of believing God, but that doesn't make it easy in blogging or living.
I was so busy "trying" to be good I was blinded to my need for repentance.
If I truly believe that the good news can save another's life, why do I remain silent with my friends in need?
How do you recover from an epic fall? Where can you find hope for peace, joy and life again?
Work is like the ball factory at the children's museum: there is undeniable joy in moving the balls through the labyrinth, but true joy comes from doing it with and for others.
What are your spiritual gifts? Are you using them as God intended, for His glory? Discover how Jesus invites and guides us to do so.
The spiritually homeless are at greatest danger when life's storms arise. Helping the spiritually homeless requires those who would serve to risk something.
“Why do you call me good? No one is good except God alone." Mark 10: 18 I've always found Jesus' response to the rich young ruler to be a bit troubling. Jesus wasn't good? Then what chance have I got? If I'm being truthful I like to think of myself as pretty good, a B+ [...]
Junk has a way of piling up in your heart just like it does in your home...especially if you're not vigilant. For awhile you can keep your eyes on the clean spaces. But eventually there is nowhere else to look; that's when it's time for a little soul cleaning.