A Final Resting Place
Jesus knew there was a high price to secure your final resting place, and paid it.
The Problem of Living According to the Flesh
Every moment is an opportunity to choose where you will set your mind.
Which Bible Translation Should I Choose?
How do you cut through all the options and find the perfect Bible?
How to Have a No-Regrets 2021
Don’t spend your life running from Jesus, who is the Truth and our only source of hope.
Before the Holidays Hit, Read This
As holiday stresses pile up, choose to be still instead of be overwhelmed.
So What About MY Goals For This Year?
Fixating on out long-term goals could make us miss God’s plan to help us realize them.
Here’s Why You Don’t Believe the Lies
Choose daily (sometimes minute by minute) to not give in to the lies the world tells us.
Be Careful Where You Lean
I love the story of The Lorax, by Dr. Seuss, and one of the most impactful lines comes in an exchange […]
Proverbs: 31 Chapters, 31 Prayers
(Introduction to this 31-days-of-prayer is at https://lifeword.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=4425&action=edit The following are 31 chapter summaries, key verses, and prayers inspired by the […]
Pastor, Are You Feeling the Weight of Decisions?
Are you feeling the weight of making a lot of decisions and being unsure of those decisions, along with their […]
What Proverbs Says About the Foolish and the Wise
Normally when I am praying through a book of the Bible I fall in love with it and say it […]
What is Your Internal Canary Bird Singing to You?
In the old days of mining, the miners took a canary bird down with them while they worked. This bird […]
One Thousand Little Compromises
OUR PRIVATE CHOICES AFFECT EVERYONE WE KNOW Every moral decision that we make is like a brick in a wall […]
High School: How to Survive and Thrive
Seriously, high school is tough. If it’s not the AP classes and the pressure for more college credits, it’s the […]
From Your Big Sister
Dear baby, This is Melody, writing to you the night before you are born into this world. There are a […]
But It’s Not My Fault
It’s obvious to me in the last sixty years there’s been a dramatic decline in the acceptance of personal responsibility […]
Addiction Part One: Returning to Bad Choices
In his wilder days, my dad had a group that he partied with. They were good guys but they all […]