Monthly Archives: August 2022

Stand for Something, not Everything

We live in the age of hyperbole. Maybe it comes in waves (like fashion trends), but I don’t think that we can deny that we see hyperbole everywhere. Advertisers have always used it to create demand, but politicians and pundits … Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 72 – Eager to Be Together

Paul longed to be with the Roman Christians. As he shared that with them, Paul revealed a heart that was open. His heart was open to the Roman Christians who were Gentile. His heart welcomed the Jewish Christians. His heart … Continue reading

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Getting What We Need from God

Have you ever thought about what you want from God? I know that I have. I know that I have little right to tell God to do things for me, but I also know that God’s Word tells me that … Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 71 – Discipleship, Openness, and Safety

We talk about encouraging one another, but have you ever really thought about what conditions will make it possible to encourage others? They are asking questions. They are asking… Do you really care? When you find out about my real … Continue reading

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God Loves Us More Than We Understand

I have a bad habit in my prayer life. It isn’t that I don’t bring my requests to God. It isn’t that I don’t believe that God can answer my prayers. My habit is that I routinely decide which needs … Continue reading

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