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Chi Chi and Luis

You don’t have to be the best maker.

 

A few weeks ago in the Dominican Republic on our family mission trip (highly recommend family mission trips), Lia worked in the medical clinic, she being a doctor and all and having actual skills. I was part of the no skills crew that was sent to do construction.

Day 1 we poured cement. For the morning, I stood on the top of this ladder – ladder probably was not the best word for it: the “ladder” was two uneven sticks held together by several smaller uneven sticks nailed...

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God’s Will For You

What is God’s will in your life?

 

I hear people say all of the time that they want to know God’s will. Typically, that means...

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Hearing My Father’s Voice

This piece was originally posted in August, 2015; but will kick off Chris’ new series on this theme.

It was peace. Not the...

Hearing My Father’s Voice

This piece was originally posted in August, 2015; but will kick off Chris’ new series on this theme.

It was peace. Not the...

From the Manger to the Cross

Oh, how the first Sunday of advent prepares my heart for Christmas. Today is a day of celebrating, and also a day of...

Jesus is Still King

I love, love, love N.T. Wright. He is one of my favorite scholars and teachers about Jesus. If you don’t know Wright’s work, start...

15 Years

I remember how nervous I was fifteen years ago while waiting for Jana to walk down the aisle at our wedding.  As I...

Gas Station Blues Upgrade

Running late, as usual, I peered down at my gas gauge icon. Could I make it to my destination on, say, four tablespoons...

He Careth for You

I love Charles Spurgeon. He was a British, Baptist preacher and the pastor of Metropolitan Tabernacle in London for 38 years. Spurgeon is widely...

Seeking and Seeing Him

I wrote recently about how I’m seeing God in new places. New pastures, specifically. And now, I can’t stop talking about it, and God...

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