People love to play board games. They bring out that fun, competitive side of us. Roll a die. Take a spin. Take a risk. Cash it all in. And when the game is over, win or lose, it all goes back in the box…for next time. But how often do we treat our resources like ...more
The Christian faith is an active faith. It is an “ING” faith, especially as it relates to relationships. Love is one thing. It’s theoretical. But loving is another. It’s tangible. It’s active. “one anothering” is vital to followers of Jesus. In fact, the phrase “one another” shows up in the Bible’s New Testament 55 times, ...more
There are moments in history that are key and crucial. We as believers know who has history in His hands. We know who puts kings on thrones and takes kings off of those thrones. Nothing escapes from His loving hands.
One reflection I have, is the opportunity that with big global events the Lord opens doors ...more
In confession the break-through to community takes place. Sin demands to have a man by himself. It withdraws him from the community. The more isolated a person is, the more destructive will be the power of sin over him. And the more deeply he becomes in it, the more disastrous is his isolation. Sin wants ...more