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When we’re bored, it means our brains are looking for something to do. Something to satisfy us. Where do we go to find that satisfaction?
If peace means freedom from distress, then we should be fighting for peace every day. But there’s a deeper peace that we need to be fighting for.
220mph winds. At Least 30 dead. Where is God in a natural disaster like Hurricane Dorian? Where is God in the midst of the storm?
Ironically, it takes a hard betrayal to experience true belonging—that is, a betrayal of your independent efforts to belong.
Words carry power and influence, whether they are true or not. Words carry impressive power, and they are more powerful when they claim to speak the truth.
Multiple times in the New Testament we read of faith, hope & love. Because faith, hope & love play an essential role in the life of the believer.
So many people are in need of hearing words of hope, life, encouragement, and conviction, yet will we be bold enough to speak?
Recently I’ve been opening my talks with this statement: “In the Kingdom of God, there's no such thing as a millennial. It's a man-made term & definition."
God’s heart for rest goes deeper than what we can do for Sabbath. True Sabbath is returning to who God created us to be. But what would that look like?
Whether it’s in our career path, church or relationships, we've all felt that paralyzing fear of not knowing what our next step should be, feeling stuck.