Your Story is Too Strong!
“All Jesus did that day was tell stories — a long storytelling afternoon.” -Matthew 13:34, The Message
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” – Maya Angelou
Every summer an avalanche of hardback and paperback novels flies off the shelves at bookstores across the country. Millions of buyers pick up a new piece of fiction in which to escape while relaxing on the beach or traveling on vacation. There is a reason for this — everyone loves a good story!
Stories shape our lives, our world, even our souls. Stories capture our imaginations.
Your “Disney Dreams” Dashed?
This young man will dash your “Disney Dreams”! Give it a look and let me know what you think. Have we been fed a set of pipe dreams
Would Jesus Attend Our Church Service?
How many more minutes before the church service would be over? That’s all I could think about. Every agenda item on the scheduled liturgy was
Working on Your Joy in 2012! – Some Quotes.
“Joy is the serious business of heaven.” – C.S. Lewis “Study the Word and ask for the teaching of the Spirit of God that you may understand
Working on Your Joy.
“I will say it again: Rejoice!” – Philippians 4:4b I know Christians are supposed to be joyful people. And I realize that joy is a result
America, Bible, Government, Humility, Leadership, Power, President, Pride, Prosperity, Sin
When Leaders Overestimate Themselves.
After years of serving in various roles as a leader and alongside other leaders, I have come to believe that the two most common mistakes made by
When God Sees A Soul: Jesus’ P.O.V.
What was Jesus’ P.O.V.? And how did he view the places, people and things around him? If you could see the world now the way Jesus saw it then,
What’s “True” About You?
John was the last person you would have expected God to use. But powerfully use him, He did. Growing up in eighteenth century England, from age
Bible, Communication, Community, Encouragement, Faith, Friendship, Intimacy, Marriage, Relationships
What the Wilderness Tabernacle Reveals About Intimacy.
Rod Cooper, a professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, describes intimacy as “INTO-ME-SEE!” I like that. It says much about what