To represent a king as a herald in the Middle Ages meant more than what we would expect of an ambassador today. Continue reading God’s Herald
The top four hindrances that keep Christian workers from sharing their faith are exactly in reverse order from Christians in general. Continue reading The Top Four Hindrances for Christian Workers in Sharing Their Faith
If you checked the top trends on nibbo.com for several days now, you’d see a LOT of activity on the internet about Manti Te’o and Lance Armstrong. The conversations usually aren’t edifying; a lot of negative and trashy comments are circulating about Manti Te’o in particular.
I alerted 160+ Cru bloggers a few days ago that it’s a good time to use these trending topics to draw some people to a godly perspective. I suggested they could post about lies and truth and the sin nature of man or something along those lines. I’ve read some great posts from them and thought I’d share these blog posts with you Continue reading “Redeeming Online Conversations”
“Make new friends, but keep the old;
One is silver. The other gold.”
~ a Girl Scout campfire song
Today’s the day.
I’d anticipated “the big 6 -0” for at least a year now, but hadn’t really pondered what that meant to me. I hope I can express this in just a few thoughtful paragraphs. Continue reading “My Thoughts on Turning Sixty”
Barry had friends who said they were Christians, but he did not see any evidence of a changed life in them. Continue reading They Need to See the Light
I picked up my things and moved on, but if only it were so easy in our relationships and responsibilities. The reality is, sometimes we fall. Continue reading I’ve Fallen… (via Kindling)