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A LIFE OF FAITH (PT 3)

A LIFE OF FAITH (PT 3)

I have noticed that new believers in Jesus often will take greater risks, and are more willing to try something new, than seasoned believers. I think we can get too familiar with Jesus and Christian culture that the longer we walk with Jesus, the more likely we are to... read more
A LIFE OF FAITH (PT 2)

A LIFE OF FAITH (PT 2)

The Generosity of the Giver “Look what I found this morning!” It was my birthday and my dad held up an envelope containing five 20-dollar bills with a note that read “Go enjoy a meal with your family!” I immediately remembered a conversation two days prior in which my... read more
A LIFE OF FAITH (PT 1)

A LIFE OF FAITH (PT 1)

Faith: A New Operating System I have pondered this phrase many times over the past several years, and it has not been until recently that I have really started to discover the brilliance of God in the midst life’s uncertainties. We can never really know the full extent of... read more
BIG GOD = SMALLER PROBLEMS (PT 2)

BIG GOD = SMALLER PROBLEMS (PT 2)

When Paul gave his resume to the church at Corinth to validate his apostolic calling he didn’t point to his accomplishments. Rather, he drew their attention to the suffering he endured for the sake of Jesus and His kingdom. A quick look at some of the things he experienced:... read more
CREATED FOR GOOD WORKS

CREATED FOR GOOD WORKS

“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” (Ephesians 2:10) One of the paradoxes of the Christian life is that to find our lives, we must lose them. Specifically, it is not possible to grow... read more
WHERE IS OBI WAN

WHERE IS OBI WAN

The idea of a personal mentor is one of the most important practices that Jesus has handed down to us. Without a mentor, we are stuck on our own, trying to figure things out the hard way. With a mentor, we can learn from people who are farther along... read more
THE CROSS (GIFT OF RELATIONSHIP)

THE CROSS (GIFT OF RELATIONSHIP)

I didn’t grow up in an overbearingly Christian home by any means. I can actually recall several Sundays where I chose to attend church when the rest of my family had decided not to go. I think it would be safe to say that I have always carried a... read more
THE CROSS (FULLY LOVED)

THE CROSS (FULLY LOVED)

If God is satisfied with the work, the work may be satisfied with itself. –C.S. Lewis, The Weight of Glory Today you can rest in the love of God, 100% delighted in, 100% loved in Jesus, and nothing can add to your value or subtract from it. God loves you... read more
THE CROSS (THE CURSE)

THE CROSS (THE CURSE)

Cursed is the ground because of you; through painful toil you will eat food from it all the days of your life. (Genesis 3:17b) When Adam left the garden, mankind’s way of life changed. God put humanity into a garden where our fundamental needs for food and human contact... read more
THE CROSS (NEW NATURE)

THE CROSS (NEW NATURE)

The Cross. The place where Earth’s influence from hell meets reconciliation with Heaven. The Cross of Jesus Christ is the oasis of life. It is the meeting place, the bridge to the ever so grand chasm between a sinful nature and the Father in Heaven. Ultimately, the Cross is... read more
FATHERS & MOTHERS

FATHERS & MOTHERS

“Page 111, so true, Jason Lomelino. So many outward signs may say otherwise, but so true!” This last week a friend wrote this on my Facebook wall (a father in this generation), he was referring what I wrote in The Family of God book under the section Fathering & Mothering:... read more
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