Today’s title sounds like an accusation against erratic Christian morals. We can’t stay in line with the Lord’s Word, because we’re not totally committed. That may be true for some ...

So, what could a sport shoe possibly have to do with living a Christian life? Aren’t we supposed to be above all that “worldly” stuff? Like, does the brand even matter? Our focus is to be ...

Benchmark is a familiar term. Chances are you’ve used it yourself. At the least, you’ve heard it in conversation with others. Let’s look at benchmark in three different ways. First, ...

Fear is the mind-killer. That’s from Frank Herbert in his quintessential novel Dune. What he means is that we can’t let fear overwhelm us, because it will freeze us into inaction. We won’t ...

So, your ceilings are getting lower every day. You’ve been passed over for that promotion … again and again. What is it now, your third spouse? How about your investment schemes … you ...

What’s the dark cloud hanging over you? What’s occluded your morning, and you can’t get your day started? Have you been wronged, when you were trying to be your best? Your kind words were ...

Mucky boots are part of being a Christian. It’s a human thing. Gunk will be everywhere we walk, and as followers of Christ, our duty is to ensure it’s regularly washed away. We must be ...

Are you afraid to open your blinds? Is your mailbox empty of anything that matters? Do you even remember the last time your doorbell rang? It seems life consists of losing things that we value. ...

Where is God’s hope to be found when the storms of life whip around us? Deluges of desperation threaten to drown us. Hailstones of hopelessness pummel us black and blue. We groan at the dark ...

Public Defender No. 1. What does that mean to us? What’s a public defender, anyway? First, a public defender is a lawyer, fully qualified and prepared to use the law to our advantage. The ...

Living in a military neighborhood is tough. On one hand, being military, people’s yards are uncluttered and well-kept. Neighbors are sociable and tolerant of differences. Cookouts are ...

Life isn’t good for everyone. The past – we can’t undo that. Things that happened to us as children remain embedded in our thoughts. Illness – the chronic kind. It comes back again and ...

What is shame? Something heaped on us by someone in a more powerful position? Let’s look at the definition of shame from Merriam-Webster: “a painful emotion caused by … guilt, shortcoming, ...
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