Let us listen to wisdom and grow in grace and knowledge as we seek to be the community that God intended for us to be.
What is the one thing you would do to change the Christian’s devotional life?
On our fourth day, after a few days of rest and detox, we sat at a picnic table under an Aspen tree, next to the Colorado River, and we created our family mission statement. We want to spend our days and our nights on purpose.
Resentment will crush you and your ministry
Most guys fail to parent their children well because they don’t know how to parent themselves.
I often misremember. I’m prone to long for Egypt because I forget the truth about God’s character and faithfulness.
Pastor Ted plops down in his chair, opens his Gmail, and reads a two-sentence email from a church member: “Hey, can we meet? I’d like to talk you about something.”
Over the last several years I have watched my wife prepare for birthday parties, holiday seasons, or other special events. She, like many women, gives considerable time and attention to the details. This is what women do. Men on the other hand, we think function. We reuse our forks, wipe our chin on our sleeves, and pass on the straws. We skim past the details without noticing.
What role do fathers play in the life of discipleship?
Christian, no one might know what internal fear, insecurity, or idolatry the Holy Spirit is convicting you of and walking you through. And because it’s internal, you might be tempted to put it to the side in favor of something seemingly more flashy and exciting. But don’t neglect His work. Embrace it. Because the storm is coming.