Always An Undergrad

It’s graduation season. Along with this celebratory time of year comes the freshness of new Spring growth around us. All things are new and alive! All things are also covered in allergy-inducing pollen, but we’ll not dwell on that right now. Graduates from all seasons of life see the end of one chapter and the... Continue Reading →

Before You Breathe Fire

Every syllable ever spoken has accomplished something. And those words cannot be unsaid. The weight of our words can bog someone down or lighten their load. One word of encouragement or truth can relieve the heaviest heart. One uttered out of malice can send someone into despair. Every word we speak has an effect; a... Continue Reading →

Timing & Trusting

Every time I leave home to go anywhere there's always math involved. Do you know what I'm talking about? Chances are it's involved in your preparations as well. In order to keep an appointment I find myself calculating so many different things. "Ok, it will take me  ___ minutes to get ready,  ___ minutes to... Continue Reading →

A Convenient Amnesia

It's easy and enticing to look at the world and be envious. Kingdom people may be tempted to gaze into the eyes of self-gratification and indulgence and say, "Just one moment of pleasure that will satisfy my flesh, then I'll turn back and serve God." Such a thought is nothing short of treason before our... Continue Reading →

Symptoms Of A Sluggard

Who doesn’t love a lazy day? We should all take time to personally recharge, spend time with family or just do nothing. Those days can be few and far between to say the least. We all need respite in the middle of our never-ending schedules and should make it a priority. But when that mentality... Continue Reading →

Putting A Leash On A Lion

"[18] having the eyes of your hearts enlightened, that you may know what is the hope to which he has called you, what are the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints, [19] and what is the immeasurable greatness of his power toward us who believe, according to the working of his great might... Continue Reading →

“Christ went more willingly to the cross than we do to the throne of grace.” Thomas Watson

The Secret to Contentment

"If only I could get that job, then I would be satisfied.  If I could just be friends with those people, then I would be happy.  Once I find "The One" and get married, then I will finally be content." The search for contentment in this world is a never-ending cycle that will never completely satisfy us.  We spend... Continue Reading →

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