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I Get Hungry

At least three times a day, my stomach reminds me that it needs to be filled. Sadly, I too often fill it too much. With all the wonderful selections that can be had from the cupboards and fridge contents, is that really much of a surprise? If I really wanted to, a quick drive would…

100% Grace, 100% Truth

Why are we here? Isn’t that one of those questions we find ourselves asking, wherever we are on our spiritual journey. And how would you answer that question? You might give the answer from God’s Word – 1 Corinthians 10:31. I exist for the glory of God. 1 Corinthians 10:31 (NIV) — 31 So whether you eat or drink or whatever you…

Let Someone Stand on Your Shoulders

It was so far out of reach. No matter how hard I strained, it couldn’t be grasped. I needed help. The apple was just too far up on the tree. Don’t you hate needing help? I know I do. It’s so much easier just to do things on your own. Finding help involves asking. Finding help involves a willing helper. And needing…

The Future

What does the future hold? If you asked that question of me five years ago, I would not have gotten the answer right. During the course of those five years, Kristin and I had two children, my dad died, I left a comfortable, enjoyable position in a great church to head out to plant a new church, and I went from working…

Sunday was Awesome!

We had an incredible week! Here is some of what was shared in the service Sunday that showed God at work: a decision to accept Christ as Savior was shared a solid job was provided that had been prayed about for over 6 months encouragement was expressed over a new community Bible study started by one of our members plans were shared…

Do you listen well?

Tim Challies posts a good article reviewing some books that discuss listening to sermons. A good preacher will spend over ten hours working on a sermon (mine normally take 15-20 hours to prepare – guess I’m a little slow), yet the average listener does not even spend five minutes preparing to listen to the message. Here’s his article ➹

Is your theology humble?

Never hesitate to fight for the fundamentals of the faith. Always hesitate to exalt your views of theology that are not clear-cut in God’s Word over what others believe. If there are viable options that Biblically-sound theologians who have studied the Scriptures believe, then check your attitude at the door when dialoging over such matters. The church needs to be filled with…