When the Church Blows It

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You already heard from me once this week about a tragedy. Unfortunately, I have another to share of a different type. This one doesn’t involve the cold-blooded murder of two flesh-and-blood people. It involves the cold-hearted indifference of multitudes of the Continue reading

The Problem With People

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My home state of Virginia was the location of a tragedy last week. Two lives taken, snuffed out by a murderer who shot them in cold blood. It turns out the killer had labeled one of his victims a racist simply Continue reading

What Faith Looks Like

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This is what faith looks like. My sister, her husband, and their two young children leaving home and family, jobs and church, comfortable and familiar… just because God said so. Crossing an ocean to minister in a foreign land to foreign Continue reading

The Truth About Peace & Why It Can’t Begin With Me

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“Don’t rock the boat!” “Can’t we all just get along?” “Let’s just keep the peace.” I’m sure these phrases aren’t new to you. There’s a part of us that longs for peace, isn’t there? We yearn for the tranquility that comes Continue reading

“A Man After My Own Heart”

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King David. In God’s words, “a man after My own heart.” (Acts 13:22; 1 Samuel 13:14) Have you ever wondered…why? This man who proved himself capable of lust. Which led to adultery. Which led to murder. (2 Samuel 11) How did Continue reading

Portrait of Love: Peter

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This is the sixth and final post in our Bible study series called Loving God With All Your Heart: Portraits of Love. You can find the other posts in the series here: Introduction and Week 1: Portrait of Hosea Week 2: Portrait of Hannah Continue reading

Guiding Your Kids Toward a Biblical Worldview

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There are few things I want more for my kids than for them to develop a biblical worldview. To view every aspect of life – social, cultural, political, moral, and personal – through the filter of God’s own Word. I’m pretty Continue reading

Portrait of Love: David

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This is the fifth post in our Bible study series called Loving God With All Your Heart: Portraits of Love. You can find the other posts in the series here: Introduction and Week 1: Portrait of Hosea Week 2: Portrait of Hannah Week 3: Continue reading