In John 6, Jesus loses some of his followers after He tells them they have to eat his flesh and drink His blood. I imagine they thought he was crazy. And I would have thought he was crazy too. But it was the twelve disciples who remained. And why?
Telling someone how to find their voice is like telling someone the exact moment they will feel comfortable in their skin. It just doesn’t work that way. Both journeys are piece by piece, a winding path of learning to care about yourself and what you think and say, which will in turn make you want […]
Often times we hear about the regrets of the dying—and we are warned to avoid making their mistakes. But rarely are we offered the alternative. Rarely are we given an example of how to face death with few regrets. And rarely are we presented with the intentional decisions we can make today that will prepare us to face our own mortality with courage and confidence.
Grappling with Control and the Fear of Dying
Getting Over My Guilt About Not Doing Christian Ministry
You Don’t Have to Make Your Bed to Write a Book
What We Can Learn From Celebrities’ Failures
3 Risks That Will Always Be Worth Taking
Why Shining Jesus is Better Than Broadcasting Him
3 Ways of Looking at and Thinking about Other People
Who Will You Let Shape Your Story?