God Knows What He’s Doing

Around mid-August, I hit 50,000 miles in the air for the year. At this point, at least these two things are true: I’m pretty tired of turbulence, and I’m really tired of airplane food. I was fortunate enough to go on a lot of trips this year to places like...

Find Your Role

I think we get a major thing pretty backwards. Usually, when we do some sort of service, we feel really good about it. We feel like we did God this huge favor, took time out of our lives, and so on. And then when we sin, we think, “I messed up, but no biggie....

Working for What We Already Have

I’m grateful we were able to cover each character in the story of the prodigal son in Luke 15. The older brother’s part at the end is often neglected, so I’m glad we were able to dig into it. The purpose of analyzing a specific character in one of...

Hope in Suffering

James is the type of person you would go to in high school to get them to check out your essay before you turned it in. His writing is beautiful. Having made it all the way through the book, we can see that he begins and ends it with the same idea: in all things, good...
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