I have never met a human that always has the right words, and if I ever do I will immediately ask them for their secret. Continue reading “Why We Should All Steal Spiritual Language”
In the first seven months of 2019, I not only had read as many books as I did by the end of 2018 – I increased that number by 50 percent. And, I still have several months left in the year to keep reading.
How did I hit such an increase? I started believing that audiobooks counted. Continue reading “Audiobooks Count As Books Too”
“If I find in myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.”
These words that C.S. Lewis penned into Mere Christianity come to my mind at the strangest of times. The rest of his thought continues: Continue reading “Sweetness, Sadness, and Longing For The Lord”
When I’m spending time with other believers and we start asking how we can pray for one another, I often pause. Continue reading “Let’s Not Compare Need For Need”
I am self-sufficient. I have it all together. I am never in need of assistance. Continue reading “Kingdom Economy Turns My Need Into Currency”
You don’t know me, but I know you. Or, more precisely, I know the end result of your actions.
You see, I adopted the dog that was once yours. Continue reading “An Open Letter To My Rescue Dog’s Former People”
American greatness is easy to grasp on Independence Day. Displays of fireworks watched among good company encourage nostalgia. You may think deeply of American roots on the 4th of July, but what is the country to you the other 364 days? Continue reading “What Is America The Other 364 Days A Year?”