What brings real hope and comfort in suffering? What sets Christianity apart from everything else? The scars of God.
Storms approach. The hurricane arrives. Cancer is here. But under the waves…we find the wild, free, surprising grace of God.
Could the…(gulp)..rom-com’s actually point us toward a bigger truth? What can these type of films tell us about the pursuit of God?
The final post in a series about fathers and the Father. May these encouragements find their way to your heart.
Fighting off nurses. Asking tough questions. Discovering real fatherhood through the Ultimate Father. This is the second post in a series on fathers.
Multiple problems, one solution. The first in a series of posts about fatherhood.
What will you do for a two-yard gain? Examining challenges, growth, giants, desires and…Dallas Cowboys.
Examining church conflict, confused dogs, and the mirrors we must hold up.
The final in a series of posts about the spiritual discipline of keeping a journal.
The first in a two-part series examining a helpful tool for growing in Christ.
What can we learn about dealing with (repeated) failure from Kobe Bryant? What will we do about an 0-for-9 place in our lives?
Two men. Two unlikely recoveries. One awesome God.
Embracing the mission of God with the simplicity of the wolf.
Thoughts on comebacks, Easter, and the ultimate scoreboard.
Looking for a cure for lukewarm Christianity in the story of Elijah and the great showdown.
Examining the Gospel infiltration of the hip hop culture and what it shows every Christian about boldly declaring the truth.
One of the hardest commands that God ever gives…and He gives it twice! A look at Hosea and the close love of God.
The wisdom of Pop-tart directions and how to have a good year.
A treasured text from guest writer Scott Higginbotham. A pastor’s look at 1 Corinthians and the hope available, even during a loss.
A treasured text from guest writer Jerry Canupp on the goodness of Romans 8.
The beautiful and freeing restrictions of God’s design for marriage.
Tracing the Gospel through an underdog movie and a classic 90’s rock song.
This is an ongoing series where I’ve asked trusted people who have served God faithfully to write about a Scripture passage that has been of great significance in their life. … Continue reading
I can be a hypocrite about sickness. See, when the wife starts to feel bad for any reason, I’ll push her to go get it checked out by the doctor. … Continue reading
A treasured text from guest writer Mike Murrie. Thinking through a simple phrase that applies even when life seems complex.
As a relatively new parent (our oldest is 4), I’m always reading parenting books, observing other parents, and asking questions. Good, Godly wisdom is out there (as it says repeatedly … Continue reading
There was a time when I spent 20 minutes crawling on my stomach for the chance to scare one of my best friends. And yes, it’s possible (ahem, likely) that … Continue reading
What runs through your mind at your lowest point? When you stare at rock-bottom; when your plans have all failed; when the promises of joy have been unmasked as lies … Continue reading
Breaking down the moral case for (and against) sex before marriage. Where do these paths end up? What truly satisfies?
Finding a place to start again and celebrating one of the greatest words of all time.
“Let me tell you a secret about a father’s love….” Becoming a parent begins a monumental shift in your life. And, even though I know this next phrase can seem … Continue reading
“I have it, it’s an oyster with two tickets to that thing you love. Look again, the tickets are now diamonds! Anything is possible when your man smells like Old … Continue reading
“Now, a staple of the superhero mythology is there’s the superhero and there’s the alter ego. Batman is actually Bruce Wayne, Spider-Man is actually Peter Parker. When that character wakes … Continue reading
“If we’ve all forgotten You, are we all forgotten too?” Paper Route—Are We All Forgotten The following three stories are all true. ************************************************************************ The other day, I watched as my … Continue reading