Category Archives: Discipleship

How Just One Change Can Make All Of Life Better

Cozier is the contempt, anger justified, toward those who march to a differing tune than my own, those who would offend me. “modern me” An ad for a piece of literature finds its way into my inbox. I did not ask for it. No … Continue reading

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Why are the feeble offerings of the world so attractive? Why are we so lured to them like bream to beetle-spin? I chuckle to still the fear when I survey the Hebrew letter; hear its sender say, “set aside every … Continue reading

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Learning Alongside Carson, Joey without a D, and the Precious Saints

As someone was kind enough to chunk a bunch of Carson quotes into the Twitter mix end of week, this one snagged my conscience and became the intro to a weekend chock full of grab-me-by-the-collar-and-shake-me-a-bit moments, “Tragically we buy the … Continue reading

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Take a Long Look in the Mirror

Call it an interlude if you must, but this survey by the Barna Group is worth a glance if it causes me to reflect on who others see in me; Jesus or Pharisee? By the time I had made it … Continue reading

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Transformational Sweet Spot

“The best way to overcome the world is not with morality or self-discipline. Christians overcome the world by seeing the beauty and excellence of Christ. They overcome the world by seeing something more attractive than the world: Christ.” ~ Thomas … Continue reading

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