Anonymous Man – You Don’t Know This Author’s Name and He’s Okay with That

"He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty" - Psalm 91.1 Maybe it has always been this way, but these days it seems that the name of the game is to make a name. The drive for fame and recognition is so strong it presses people... Continue Reading →

When Faith and Fear Go One-on-One in Your Head

This is what the conversation between faith and fear sounds like in my head sometimes: Faith: "God is good and I'm going to trust Him." Fear: "But what are you going to do if  _X__ happens?" Faith: "I don't need to worry about that. My future is in God's hands." Fear: "You sure? Because that would be really bad."... Continue Reading →

Unintentional Firemen – How we Unknowingly Extinguish the Spirit and What to Do about It

As we launch into a new year, it may be helpful to revisit one of the names of Jesus that we heard so much about at Christmas: Immanuel. Remember it? It means "God is with us." Since a new year can bring both excitement and anxiety, it is reassuring to know that we're not alone. God... Continue Reading →

This One Never Gets Old

If the Lord is Your Shepherd (Psalm 23), then Your Well-being is Ultimately His Responsibility Psalm 23 is a timeless classic. Even if you have never been around sheep, you can appreciate the simple Shepherd metaphor used by David over three thousand years ago, and then again by Jesus in John 10. Here's how Psalm... Continue Reading →

Worship without Holes

Learning to Trust God with Our All Photo by Anete Lusina on Pexels.comYou gotta admit it, the person who invented the doughnut hole is pretty smart. Create a pastry, put a hole in the middle of it, then turn around and sell the pastry and the hole separately for more money than you could sell... Continue Reading →

How to Crush Your Everday Fears

A Few Strategies to Get on Top of Fear (so it Doesn't Get on Top of You) Due to a lot of rain in our area recently, it seems like all the spiders in the neighborhood have decided to move indoors. This isn't such a big deal to me, but for those in my family... Continue Reading →

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