Today's Blog
Working on the Sabbath and Sabbath Rest
All of my work is to be done out of a place of rest (from the Life of Christ) or it's a violation of the Sabbath Rest.
Posted Dec. 6,2021 by | 3 Comments
Our Eternal Life Starts at Salvation
Eternal life with Christ is one of the greatest gifts, but actually that eternity starts now. So how is eternity expressed now?
Posted Dec. 2,2021 by | 0 Comments
i am thankful
When we choose independence from God, we become blind to the provision as well as to our Provider. Thanksgiving and gratitude go out the window when we desire to be independent of God.
Posted Nov. 29,2021 by | 1 Comments
River Flowing
The living water of the Spirit is always "flowing, bubbling within him to eternal life!" It isn't subject to the conditions of your natural life.
Posted Nov. 26,2021 by | 2 Comments
Jesus and Samaritan woman
We need many days where we stop life and consider our blessing. But there is something better than a holiday, even as wonderful as Thanksgiving is.
Posted Nov. 25,2021 by | 2 Comments
Despair and Our Salvation
Our deep despair over not being able to perform is both an invitation to lean into His life as well as a check that I'm probably kicking against the goads.
Posted Nov. 22,2021 by | 1 Comments
man bowing before light
We’re cast on His mercy to save us, and that is so much better a place than those who think they are saved because they decided for Jesus.
Posted Nov. 18,2021 by | 3 Comments
Introduction to Overcoming Anxiety
The fear of anxiety twists us on the inside and out. Ultimately it overshadows our beauty. It can change our living outlook making us ugly.
Posted Nov. 15,2021 by | 1 Comments
The Shame of Living In A Consumer Culture
While living in a consumer culture we can be deceived to think we have everything we need while truly having nothing.
Posted Nov. 11,2021 by | 1 Comments
Minimalism: Naked and Unashamed
Living naked and unashamed doesn’t necessarily have to do with clothes. Living in minimalism, pared down to God and His Will.
Posted Nov. 8,2021 by | 2 Comments
Looking to Leaders to be a Hero
Whether governmental, religious, familial, pop-cultural, or academic, most of us look to others to be our standard. We often lift them up as heroes, hoping they'll be the standard.
Posted Nov. 4,2021 by | 1 Comments
Shame, When the Mighty Fall!
A precious brother started questioning his process because his mentor fell. But our journey isn’t invalidated by the fall of our leaders.
Posted Nov. 1,2021 by | 5 Comments