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Less Food More Jesus | 3 Day Fast

the goal is simple: to live on less of that which seems so essential (food) in order to focus on the only thing that can truly fill us up, Jesus. Specifically it’s an opportunity for God’s people to focus on “feeding” and sustaining themselves through prayer and a focus on God’s promises. over 72 hours...

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The Right Words at the Right Time

“Unequivocably, no.” This was the answer I gave to my college newspaper when a reporter asked me if I thought the school should establish research-only staff positions. The paper had this section where they’d ask a bunch of random people on the street what they thought about some current issue. Then they’d snap your picture and print it with your answer underneath...

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Jesus in Mark & the Psalms | Lenten Reading Plan

The Gospel of Mark is celebrated as the oldest, historical account of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection. In a simple and straightforward manner Mark introduces us to God’s own Son...

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Hold Fast.

H-O-L-D F-A-S-T. I cannot come up with a more concise directive for how to live the Christian life. Summed up in this phrase is Jesus' greatest commandment: "Love the Lord you God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind" (Matt. 22:37 NIV). Hold fast....

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How To Have The Best Year Of Your Life

The New Year is all about beginnings. We tend to see this season as a fresh start, a sort of baptism into a better life. We clean out our closets, buy dumbbells, create lists, and make bold declarations about how different things will be. On one hand, the New Year seems to be a time of rejuvenation and change. But as we know all too well, it can quickly become a time of un...

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Make Room: An Advent Devotional

Make Room is a day-by-day Advent devotional designed for individuals, families, and whole churches. It is available free of charge, for use and distribution as you see fit....

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Temporary Happiness to a Momentary Manager

Life is filled with things that bring temporary happiness to a momentary manager. They are here today, yes, but gone tomorrow for sure. Life changes fast and we cannot manage every detail. We do not have the capacity to truly manage ANY single detail because material riches are not ours......

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Worshiping Control and Holding on to Fear

All my life I have sought to control how I live. I became so enamored with control I sought it every aspect of my life. I really thought I had everything under control. Then came my rude awakening. This time around was about a second chance. This time around it was about being still and knowing God. This time around it would be different....

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Heart Your Hood | Thoughts On Serving Your Neighbor

The carnival was a bit of a novel idea in this city. Living in New York for the past two years, I have come to realize that things here are rarely free. When they are, there is usually a catch involved. Because of this, New Yorkers often have a reputation for being suspicious people, and perhaps there is some truth to that. In a city where we are constantly bombarded by...

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Teach Me To Pray

One day the men following Jesus asked him a very simple question. “Lord, can you teach us how to pray?” ...

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