Category Archives: Renewed Thinking

The Faith of a Civilian Soldier

My Grandpa has been known to say incredibly profound things like “If it doesn’t make your flesh nervous, it doesn’t require much faith.” He is a deeply humble man, an author, and an evangelist with a doctorate of theology who still has a … Continue reading

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Personally Experiencing God’s Power: Travel Journal 2010

Deuteronomy 4 says “…watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them fade from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after … Continue reading

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A Few Things I’ve Learned

Repost from April 25, 2010 Because David Letterman already has the copyright on the top 10 list, I’ve decided to do my own thing and make it twice as good with a Top 20. Click on the links to see posts detailing … Continue reading

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Christmas & Church Family

There is always an anticipation and excitement in the magic of Christmas. It’s a family holiday and a time when we get to lavish love on the precious people in our lives. Especially during this time of the year, as … Continue reading

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True Leadership = Love + Serving

“Peter, do you love me more than these?” Jesus asked. “Yes, Lord, you know I love you,” Peter replied. “Then feed my lambs,” Jesus said. Have you ever realized that Jesus was asking Peter to lead… even after Peter’s painful … Continue reading

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Inedible

It bites… every time we see another church youth group crying out to Jesus Christ for his help at the altar and then, within the week, laughing until they’re crying at a movie where the name of Jesus Christ is … Continue reading

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Serving God: For Me or For Him?

In 1965, The Rolling Stones sang a song that said, “I can’t get no satisfaction, though I try, and I try, and I try.” Depressing? Of course, they’re rock stars; they don’t have the fulfillment of living for a purpose … Continue reading

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