Life in the Labyrinth
Every step has a purpose.
Returning to my first love this summer.
I'm not a very patient person in the Spring. But my impatience isn't justified.
I’ve had a lot of names in my life, but I don’t know that I’ve ever named myself.
Sometimes the drills seem boring or meaningless, but they help us build good muscle memory.
"'Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you.' When he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, 'Receive the Holy Spirit.'"
The goal in life isn't perfection. It's faithfulness.
Every week, I have the opportunity to ask myself the question “What do I have to offer?” And among the faithful, in the presence of the Living God, I realize that every part of me is an offering.
The measure of my days is not measured in any single one of them but in the fullness of how I live them.
When life is quiet, the streets are safe, and we can freely go to church (or not), death is a little more removed. And so is heaven and our need for it. What, then, is our prize? What is our...
Unlike Sammy Hagar, I can drive 55.
My passion is to help people find their story in God’s Word – and then to bring God’s Word into conversation with the everyday-nature of their lives.
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