While this question may seem trite in the eyes of many today and even irrelevant among a certain non-believing set, it provides an interesting approach from beyond the sullied fray. So, really, what do you think Jesus would do? ◊ This… Read More ›
Who Would Jesus Blame?
We are all touched and impacted by the sordid events of our current day. What should we do? What would Jesus do? Who should we blame? Who would Jesus blame? ◊ Virtue signaling is defined as “the action or practice of… Read More ›
For Men Only. What is Transforming Prayer?
There are scant few excuses for ignorance, waywardness, or idleness. Men can change and be transformed. Anything short of going all out is simply missing the mark. ◊ There have been many good books and programs for Christian and non-Christian… Read More ›
Favored, Wronged, Blessed – Joseph’s Life of Dreams
There’s a story in the Bible that is almost unbelievable. A teenager goes from favored to hated status, to one deeply wronged and punished, to magnified stature, power, and blessing. All within 13 years. ◊ The Bible may seem confusing… Read More ›
Surviving or Thriving?
How are you really doing? With varying degrees of ongoing shelter-in-place mandates and real economic havoc, are you merely surviving or are you thriving? How does God really fit into this? ◊ To thrive means to flourish or prosper, to… Read More ›
A Life in Search of Meaning?
If Christianity is untrue, or merely a religious crutch for weak and needy people, then why are Millennials coming around in droves to a newfound belief in the Lord of Lords? ◊ Christianity is so often misconstrued. Yes, it gets… Read More ›
Pandemic Heartiness vs. Heartlessness
As this Coronavirus continues to impact our modern society, how is it impacting you spiritually? More specifically, how are you acting toward God and others? ◊ My wife and I are now spending time each day reading the classic devotional… Read More ›
Prayer and the Coronavirus
We have a very active role in ushering in God’s hand and response to our cries about anything, including the Coronavirus. ◊ Several years ago, I was awakened by text message at 5:00 in the morning. I was 3,000 miles… Read More ›
Football is a game of wins and losses. Christianity, while not a game, is also full of wins and losses. It’s just backwards, even upside-side down in comparison. Christianity is about losing to win. ◊ According to FIFA, last year’s… Read More ›
Here We Go Again
We’re already days into a New Year and we promised ourselves to be different. How’s it going so far? Here are 3 directives to help you effectively establish and execute on life-changing resolve. ◊ The holiday season is over and… Read More ›
A Male Growth Model
What’s the ideal model for male growth and development? Here’s a simple 5-stage model that sets a standard for all men, overlaid with a Biblical twist. ♦ I was reminded this week of the Male Growth Model which I lay… Read More ›
Re-Focus on the Family
“Family” is not a western term, so says Jim Daly, President of Focus on the Family. It’s Biblical and is found to be the unifying standard across all nations of the world. ◊ I met Jim Daly this week on… Read More ›