Take Your Shoes Off Moses: Kickstarter Project

Take Your Shoes Off Moses: Kickstarter Project

Today, we want to share with you a Kickstarter Project we started to help fund the recording of music written by our great friend Sarah Russo. Before you ignore it because it’s yet another thing to give your money, please take a moment and hear her story. It takes a...
What is the Most Important Part of Your Life?

What is the Most Important Part of Your Life?

Choices Raising children to make their own choices comes with a good amount of risk. It involves surrendering control even when you know better. You learn about the relative ease of bearing the costs of your own bad mistakes compared to watching your children suffer...
Sin is One Fickle Beast

Sin is One Fickle Beast

I often wonder what it means to be a “good Christian.” People will tell you it has to do with simply accepting Jesus as your Lord and savior. What exactly does that look and feel like? What is the point of all that? Where do we take that kind of statement? How do we...

King Size Bed

Merry Christmas! I invite you to reflect with me on two of my favorite Christmas verses. Therefore he had to become like his brothers and sisters in every respect, so that he might be a merciful and faithful high priest in the service of God, to make a sacrifice of...

Friendship

Friendship has been defined as a relationship which consists of mutual respect and admiration bound up in trust. Finding this in this society could be just as easy as walking out in your yard and digging up a 5 carat diamond. Some of our days seem like the best...

Being a Christian is Hard . . .

Being a Christian is hard. No, I don’t mean because we’re persecuted. What do Americans know about persecution? Even as Christians we’re at the top of the food chain. What I mean is, following our faith is hard. See, even Christians still struggle to...
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