Discipline

Discipline.  The word can provoke many memories, and arouse many emotions. Some good, some possibly not, but being disciplined is always intended for our good. In every area of our

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Longing

Lisa and I are friends with two couples who are expecting. One of which will welcome their new a little daughter into the world sometime in the next few weeks.

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So what? So that!

I memorized Psalm 67 in college and I have quoted it many times since, during worship services as well as in other contexts. Recently however, as our pastor read this

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The Honorarium and the Christian Artist

Redemption. It is such a beautiful word. A word that holds a meaning so rich and so deep mere words can never fully describe it. Without the redemption afforded us

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Troubles

I love how a familiar passage of scripture can continue to reveal new applications of truth as we take it in from a new vantage point. Such was the case

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Friendship

Friendship, it is something we all need; a sense of community, support, and belonging (Though I do know a couple self-professed loners who would attempt to argue this). Friendship is

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A Page From My Diary

Have you ever kept a diary or journal? A place where you write your innermost thoughts: your struggles, concerns, joys, and hopes. If so, the thought of someone reading it

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True Worship

We have such a tendency to water down words. Lessening their impact through casual use: awesome, love, and worship were the three that came to mind. Worship? You might ask,

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Each of us has likely heard the warning “be careful what you wish for”.  It seems in our humanness we are often prone to believe the grass IS truly greener on

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“Stop pursuing opportunities – start pursuing Jesus and let opportunities pursue you.” This sentence, I from a sermon by Mark Batterson, put words to that which I have been striving

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