Category: General Discussion

Dirty Work with Desperate Intentions

When life is on the line, people can get desperate. Think about being alive when God had a covenant with only one group — the Israelites. Think about growing up on stories of God protecting Israelites and strengthening the Israelites to defeat every enemy.… Continue Reading “Dirty Work with Desperate Intentions”

Every Whit Whole

Let’s look at John 7 through the lenses of labor…as in working, not works. The big picture here is that Jesus performed a miracle on the sabbath. I’m Not Going, but I’m Going (vv. 1-13) John 7 opens with the approaching Feast of Tabernacles… Continue Reading “Every Whit Whole”

Sincerity of Heart

Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men (Colossians 3:23, ESV). I’m currently living and working in a culture where work strongly identifies a person. Even a housewife is a meaningful (and most noble!) work title. Western Christianity has… Continue Reading “Sincerity of Heart”

Mapping Out the God Idea

I had the honor to facilitate an online session called The Intersection Between Purpose, Career, and Education. It was awesome! The engagement in that Zoom Room was phenomenal. I was so blessed to have the opportunity. I want to pass on to you, my… Continue Reading “Mapping Out the God Idea”

Rule Breakers Needed

A couple of things from the start — I’ve been reading another Mark Batterson book for morning devotions. The Grave Robber: How Jesus Can Make Your Impossible Possible There have been more than a couple of situations where I paid attention to my behavior… Continue Reading “Rule Breakers Needed”

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