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The Exuberant Goodness of the Creator. A short quote showing that God is far kinder to us and creation than we can imagine. Does Netflix Make Christ More Precious to You? “What would that mean practically to regard everything in … Continue reading
Fatherhood is ripe with challenges in itself. When I add my own weaknesses as a man into the equation, the feeling of inadequacy become overwhelming. However, although knowing my weaknesses as a man can be disheartening, it doesn’t have to … Continue reading
I wrote this in my journal on May 28, 2015 at 8:10pm in a hospital room while my wife and baby slept soundly near me. It was the day my daughter, my first child, was born. This entry was written … Continue reading
With our first baby about 2 weeks away from being born, I will make sure to store this counsel deep into my heart. Melissa Edgington talks about the importance of listening to her son talk about his video games, even … Continue reading
Don’t Claim Your Healing. A thoughtful piece on how to think of and handle chronic sickness or pain. The conclusion is gold: “Here is a truth worth thinking about today: our pain may be bringing about a deep healing in … Continue reading
As a man with his first baby about a month away, this post has special importance for me. Recently, Tim Challies wrote about the most important thing his parents did for him as he grew up. But before he shares … Continue reading
God Doesn’t Want Matt Chandler (Or Any Other Celebrity Preacher/Pastor) to Be Your Pastor. Without demeaning the blessing of gifted pastors/preachers, Stephen Altrogge reminds us that, ” God doesn’t want Matt Chandler to be your pastor (unless you happen to … Continue reading
Melissa Edgington offers some great thoughts on parenting and prayer that, as a father of a 28 week old (still cooking in the belly), stir my heart in all the right ways. (John Newton) remembered clearly times when (his mother) … Continue reading
Not only are stories fun, entertaining, engaging, and all around enjoyable, but they also are a powerful means of shaping our character and the way we see ourselves. Stories have the power, in the power of the Spirit, to change … Continue reading