Hurry up and wait. That seems to be one of life’s many mantras. I have to confess I am not a fan of this one. Waiting is hard, and living in the “unknown” is fearful. Did God forget about me? Is he unsure about the next step? If He has ordained the future, why is [...]
Today’s post is by a good friend, Lynnae Lawson. She is Was a leader on our campus as a student and is influencing others in her current daily life in Kansas City, MO. Check out her blog here. The 8 hour drive between Missouri and Wisconsin for my graduation this weekend is going to be [...]
If you have ever been in a position where you were unsure of God’s plan for your life, you are probably familiar with extra-biblical platitudes about seeking God’s will.
Can service which is disconnected from the heart ever glorify God? Never. Our service and obedience are to be the fruit of our love for God, not the other way around.
After years of guidance, protection, and provision in the wilderness, God is about to reveal His faithfulness to these people yet again by allowing them to enter the Promise Land. What does he ask in return?
It was a day I will never forget. After a long day of touristing through one of the oldest cities in the world, my team and I were returning to our apartment….
Every time I watch Patch Adams, I am reminded that even the friendliest of dispositions will be challenged by difficult people.
For most, faith in a person or process is directly related to their level of knowledge and experience with the person or process. The level of our faith in God is directly related to the depth of our knowledge and the extent of our experience with Him.
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