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Grace would have it no other way — but to come find you no matter what way you’ve taken.
If you don’t die to something, so you can forgive someone — it’s your own quality of life and very soul that begins to die.
God doesn’t call you to a convenient life — He calls you to an important life.
Caring for the poor is absolutely not optional for the Christian — caring for the poor is absolutely elemental for the Christian.
The greatest kind of love is not running happily ever after into the sunset, but setting aside self, and laying down your life.
But our answers to all the raging questions of the day won’t be found in what we write: it will be found in how we open our doors.
You accept freedom the moment you accept the apology that no one offered.
Will I trust God and His promises, power, wisdom, and love, or will I proudly turn to my own resources to manage my life?
Just because God does not remove the thorn doesn’t mean He’s not using it for our good and for His glory.
Authenticity means eliminating the gap between your inner belief and what you reveal to the outside world—in other words, letting your true self be seen.
Just as I personally had learned to trust Him as I walked through a season of grief, our family would learn to trust God during a season of need.
A flourishing human existence finds its source of power in God and is demonstrated through a life of love.
God invites our questions and pleadings rather than our despair and silence.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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