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How the Chains of Grief Break the Bondage of the Heart

By on February 23, 2016 in Faith, Jesus with 1 Comment
How the Chains of Grief Break the Bondage of the Heart

I lost my mom in February of last year. It made for a complex 2015, with many lessons I didn’t want to learn and much sanctification I didn’t anticipate. They say hindsight is 20/20 and I really do believe it’s true. As I look back at 2015 and forward into 2016, I see how strong […]

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“Revolution does not seem too strong a word…”

By on February 18, 2016 in Jesus, Theology with 2 Comments

Editor’s Note: Dr. Charles C. Ryrie served for many years at Dallas Theological Seminary as professor of Systematic Theology and Dean of Doctoral Studies. He is also known for the Ryrie Study Bible.  On Tuesday, Feb 16, Dr. Ryrie went to be with the Lord at the age of 90. As we share a portion of his […]

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Is Door-To-Door Evangelism Worth It?

By on February 16, 2016 in Jesus, Ministry with 1 Comment
Is Door-To-Door Evangelism Worth It?

The first time I ever went door-to-door to share the gospel with people, I was quite nervous and filled with doubt that this type of witnessing would even work. As a matter of fact, the only reason I was going out was because it was a class requirement. Some of you may wonder if people […]

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The One

By on October 8, 2015 in Christian Life, Jesus with 4 Comments
The One

Last week, I received news one of my former personal training clients went to be with Jesus. She was a college student, and I trained her when she was in high school. Jordan was very introspective & inquisitive. Our PT sessions were often as mentally intensive as they were physically intensive. One day, Jordan sent […]

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Steady My Heart

By on September 10, 2015 in Faith, Jesus with 3 Comments
Steady My Heart

Evening was here, and the lights in the room were off to beckon sleep, but the lights and sounds from the hallway streamed through the curtain separating our room from the screech-screech-screech of nurses’ shoes and code blues on the ICU floor.  My sister was nestled beside me in a recliner and I on the foldout couch. […]

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"They’ll Never Love You Like I Can"

By on August 18, 2015 in Christian Life, Jesus with 1 Comment
"They’ll Never Love You Like I Can"

Have you ever listened to a popular song on the radio that just really hits you? Its meaning is deeper than even the artist really understands and it just speaks to your soul and spirit? That’s what I’ve been feeling lately through Sam’s Smith new song “Like I Can” Why are you looking down all […]

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A Tale of Stained Hands

By on April 9, 2015 in Jesus with 0 Comments
A Tale of Stained Hands

Once there was a girl. One day, she sinned. But it was only a little sin. Yet, she noticed that after she sinned, she ended up with a drop of red that stained the skin of her hands. The next time she sinned, another small drop of red stained her skin. And another. And another. […]

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How Much of Jesus Do We Want?

By on April 7, 2015 in Faith, Jesus with 0 Comments
How Much of Jesus Do We Want?

This past Sunday I got to share the Lord’s Supper with my church family. I always enjoy this time, but there was something different about this one. Instead of quiet contemplation and examination, I was more distracted by my oldest daughter’s presence. I was keenly aware of her movements and especially her questions. I decided […]

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Good Friday Reflections

By on April 3, 2015 in Jesus, Theology with 1 Comment
Good Friday Reflections

In the beginning was the Word. And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth. (John 1:1,14) In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son […]

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The Futility of A False Religion

By on March 26, 2015 in Global Issues, Jesus with 5 Comments
The Futility of A False Religion

Over Spring Break I had the opportunity to visit a country in South Asia, a country brimming with kind people, a rich history, and many beautiful cultural traditions. However, during the trip, I got to observe men and women practicing Hinduism, and I was struck by the absolute futility of it. My heart broke for […]

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