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10 Sure Marks of Humility (11/18/22)

"Hey, do you want to know a secret?", he asked with a boyish grin on his face. My reply was one of intrigue. "Do you know the best way to eat the french fries here"? he continued...

Organizational Babies – A Modern-Day Parable for the Church (11/11/22)

Stories are fascinating. They draw us in. They enamor us. Stories compel us toward compassion and action. They often teach in a far more effective way than any didactic monologue ever could. The greatest teachers of history knew the power of story.

The Means of Grace (08/12/22)

The dry, arid space that was now his mouth, longed for a refreshing, life-giving, thirst-satisfying drink. What it really needed was water. What he really wanted was a juice box. This is where the problem resided.

How Should We View the Church (02/11/22)

There are so many areas of life where I struggle to find the healthy tension of two realities. But I have seen people struggle with the juxtaposing realities of one subject more than ever over the past few years. That subject is...

Joe Rogan’s Example for Believers (07/16/21)

While not all content is appropriate for all listeners, actually much of it may be seen as offensive, the reality of Rogan's demeanor is worth noting, especially for believers

Disciple Making is EVERYTHING the Church Does (07/08/21)

While many Christians, churches, and even pastors may agree with this statement, what is meant by it varies greatly. More evangelistic people, churches, and pastors interpret that as "we must reach the lost, that is the mission of the church". More maturity focused people, churches and pastors may see that statement and read "we must make sure people know their doctrine, Bible, and how to defend their faith, that is the mission of the church". However, I think both of those are aspects of not the actual purpose of the church.

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