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The Rotten Fruit of Doubt

Theodore Roosevelt understood the human heart well; comparison truly is the thief of our joy. The spread of jealousy and…

Finding Gladness in the Good News

In his bestselling book Good to Great, Jim Collins shares several key characteristics of companies that were capable of making…

Great Father, Good Pastor

Finding the Joys In Fatherhood “Dad! I need you!” “Dad! He called me an idiot!” “Dad! Are you going to…

When We Unwrap Sorrow Instead of Joy

What’s the Point? We’ve lost ourselves answering the question of “what does Christmas mean to us” that we’ve wandered a…

Our Problem With Progress

The Struggle Is Real As growing Christians, we tend to get frustrated with our “spiritual” shortcomings. It seems a lot…

Will the Real Evangelicals, Please Stand Up

Evangelical. The word has been thrown around so much that now, like a dirty dish rag, it lies worn-down, lifeless,…

Why You’re Tired of Self-Preservation

The Curse to Maintain While moving into a new home can be a joy-filled experience, it can also be one…

Be Still, The King Is Coming

In the moments when you’re drowning in despair, your breath stolen from you by fear and anxiety, it’s hard to…

The Warning of Relational Autopilot

It’s interesting how over time, our friendships and relationships can get set on autopilot. We start out with new bonds…