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Recently, I went down a rabbit hole of translations and word meanings. How would you define the word like? Is it ‘similar’ or ‘equal’?
David over Absalom? One of the son’s choices shines a brilliant light offering a fervent warning about how we treat each other.
Jeeps, boats, and helicopters. What comes to mind? I’m guessing the story I want to tell you heads in another direction entirely.
Have you ever heard the saying, “Enough is as good as a feast”? It came to mind as I read a passage familiar to me in the book of 2 Kings.
Would you rather please God or trust God? It may seem like a silly question, but your primary motivation is critical to living out salvation.
For those of you who want to add to your list of nonfiction reads for 2020, here are some of the best ones I’ve read so far this year.
Did you grow up singing ‘This little light of mine’? It calls to mind Jesus’s words from Matthew 5, but we might be overlooking simple truth.
A car accident and a television show got my mind whirling. Healed and cured, or maybe healed but not yet cured. Take a journey with me . . .
Who are you? What titles or identities do you carry around? And which is primary, the one that most informs the others? Does your identity matter?
In mid-June, I asked for your thoughts on my posts. The survey results are in! And yes, some things are staying the same while other things are changing.
Are you crazy busy? Are you sure that’s what God wants? In this 5-star read, Alli Worthington digs into slowing down–in relationships, thoughts, and more!
I swear that the evidence that I shall give shall be … the whole truth. I wonder, can you do that? Truth, sure. But the whole truth?