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The Middle

Why is it so easy to drift away? One minute we’re on fire for Jesus. Our lives are going perfect, our days are sunny, life is good. Then all of a sudden, we find ourselves far away from where we need to be. Stress slips in. Doubt takes over. Satan whispers that we’re not good […]

Continue Reading 2 comments June 24th, 2010

Stress and Christians

There are too many times in the day when I need to stop what I’m doing, be still, and hear Jesus tell me what He told Martha in Luke 10: “You are worried and troubled about many things.But one thing is needed, and Mary has chosen that good part, which will not be taken away […]

Continue Reading 1 comment June 18th, 2010

God don’t make bad decisions!

One of my greatest joys is teaching the Wednesday night Kindergarten Bible class. These five and six year olds keep me on my toes and help me sleep very well on Wednesday nights. Tonight’s lesson was about King Joash (2 Kings 11). He was only seven years old when he became King of Judah and […]

Continue Reading 2 comments April 1st, 2010

Do you know the Swing Set Song?

I love children! I think they’re the greatest people to be around so every time Wednesday rolls around I’m always excited to be able to spend some quality time with the kids in Bible class. Last night was no exception. At the beginning of class, we always start a prayer list. One child was very […]

Continue Reading Add comment June 18th, 2009

Kids These Days

My latest article over at Forthright is dedicated to my five children, as well as, kids in my community that I have come to know and love. Too often we hear about the bad kids in our society when there are so many good ones living their lives for Christ. Take a few minutes and […]

Continue Reading Add comment May 22nd, 2009

An Encouraging Word

New article up at Forthright. Click here for And Now You Know

Continue Reading Add comment May 7th, 2009

Wonderfully Worthy and Wholly Holy

Webster’s defines the term “worthy” as having adequate or great merit, character, or value and although there may be times in our life when we don’t feel especially worthy, God, by giving his Son for us, proved that we are (John 3:16). Long before we were born, God saw our worth and set into action […]

Continue Reading 2 comments April 19th, 2009

At the Cross

Matthew 27, Mark 15, Luke 23, John 19 Join me at the cross and let us block the worries of our lives; the economy, the random violence, the problems with our family, our health, and the absence of social morals. Our fears should slowly begin to fade as we behold the blood trickling down the […]

Continue Reading Add comment April 7th, 2009

Are You Sure?

I have the opportunity to coach an elementary school chess team and last week was our annual chess tournament. I repeatedly stress to my students that chess is a lot like life. The choices you make, whether good or bad, will influence your outcome and although you may think you’re making a good choice, in […]

Continue Reading Add comment March 30th, 2009

The Bailout

You can’t turn on the television, open the newspaper, or talk to friends these days without the topic of the economy being one of the main issues. Everyone has some concerns about America’s financial crisis and although Christians know that this world is not their home, some are still interested and may even be concerned […]

Continue Reading Add comment March 7th, 2009

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