Blog Archives

Mar 15, 2020 08:00am

Don’t Settle For an Average Life with an Average Purpose

There are only two ways to live life: Your way.  God’s way.  There is no third way. To put it […]

0 comments 118 Views
Mar 06, 2020 08:00am

Betrayal Doesn’t Have to be a Relational Death Sentence

RESPONDING TO BETRAYAL  I have heard it said that given enough time everyone will eventually let you down. That sounds […]

0 comments 254 Views
Feb 06, 2020 08:00am

Moving Beyond Shame and Regret: Part Three

Shame can come from several sources. Sometimes, it’s forced upon us by people who made choices over which we had […]

0 comments 145 Views
Jan 16, 2020 08:00am

This is Why a Sheep Loves to Read

In a pivotal passage, Jesus explains, “I know my own and my own know me” (John 10:14). In this verse he […]

0 comments 211 Views
Dec 06, 2019 08:00am

Evangelism Begins With Grace

If you’re like me, the word evangelism is a like a guilt switch in my soul. You say “evangelism” and immediately three […]

0 comments 251 Views
Dec 03, 2019 08:00am

“Prone to Wander, Lord, I Feel it”

In 1757 Robert Robinson, a self-proclaimed “wanderer,” wrote the penitent words of a poem we know today as the hymn […]

0 comments 151 Views
Nov 08, 2019 13:00pm

Four Ways to be Grateful During This Season of Thankfulness

If only my children would be more grateful . . .  As a young mom, I was sure that was […]

0 comments 132 Views
Oct 24, 2019 08:00am

13 Red Letter Teachings of Jesus

No person in history has ever improved the moral teachings of Jesus. His words of morality were elevated to the […]

0 comments 201 Views
Oct 19, 2019 08:00am

A Tattoo of the Cross

I had a conversation with a friend this week about tattoos. It got me thinking. She said… “I really want […]

0 comments 272 Views
Sep 30, 2019 08:00am

The Kingdom of Self: 3 Ways to Conquer It

Why has it taken me so long to “get it”? It’s been 45 years, and I still don’t understand that […]

0 comments 210 Views
Sep 07, 2019 08:00am

“I Choose Mercy!”

My daughter Meredith has always had a very tender heart.  When she was little, she could cry the largest tears […]

0 comments 277 Views
Apr 20, 2019 07:00am

Resurrection: The Burden of Proof

The conception and rise of Christianity in the first century was due to the resurrection of Jesus, and so profoundly […]

0 comments 555 Views