#ChristianLiving

The Statute of Limitations On Your Past Has Expired.

I attend a church that has a heavy focus on the financial literacy of its members and getting them out of debt. It’s biblical. Getting out of debt helps better position people to be in service to God. Without the burden of debt, you can do more for God with the provision he has given… Continue reading The Statute of Limitations On Your Past Has Expired.

#BibleStudy

Stick to the Plan

It can be difficult and frustrating to navigate our faith while being a part of a family where everyone is not on the same page of the Bible or maybe they're not in the book at all.  In John 7 Jesus' brothers encourage him to go to Judea to the Jewish Festival. They told him to perform… Continue reading Stick to the Plan

#Faith

TYC Rant: I’m embarrassed to be an American Christian.

Once upon a time, reading the Gospels I saw Jesus in a new and powerful way. He was no longer a storybook character in a cradle or on a cross. He became a real life example of how to live and move and have my being. Jesus, I still love as much as the day… Continue reading TYC Rant: I’m embarrassed to be an American Christian.

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Just Like My Father

One of my favorite tactics when my mother asks me to come home and do something is to quote the Bible.  "A prophet is honored everywhere except in his own hometown and among his own family."  That's Matthew 13:57 (NLT).  It basically reinforces the old adage that familiarity breeds contempt.  Regardless of the books and… Continue reading Just Like My Father

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Happy National Thesaurus Day Jesus

    "Christ, Good Shepherd, King of Kings, Lamb of God, Lord, Lord of Lords, Messiah, Prince of Peace, Redeemer, Savior, Son of Man" It's National Thesaurus Day!  It's the day that Mark Roget - you know,  of Roget’s Thesaurus - was born.  You may be wondering to yourself, "How does one celebrate National Thesaurus Day?" Well,… Continue reading Happy National Thesaurus Day Jesus