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We get to be like Jesus to people as they march to their own drum. And it’s only Jesus who gets to change drums.
Having Christian convictions can’t ever negate having Christ’s compassion.
It’s the story of anyone who longs for grace, and when grace finds you, you can’t keep it to yourself.
He speaks a new word, and avails a new work. My daughter. My son. And the work of our healing begins.
As His followers, we are called to reflect His priorities and to respond as if one of our own sons or daughters were in pain.
Grace is the answer we are often too stubborn to believe, and often too proud to receive.
Sometimes, for a season, all we can expect from ourselves is to sit on the floor and breathe.
God invites our questions and pleadings rather than our despair and silence.
You don’t have to pull yourself up by the bootstraps — you just have to let Jesus draw close.
When you find yourself in the real deep end — that’s when you know He’s real.
He’s not yet brought final peace on earth, but He can bring peace in you.
Because it’s not about what we should do—but about what God has done.
When I first met Scott Sauls, what struck me was how he spoke with the rarest depth — steeped with the warmest grace. It was unforgettable. His wisdom is startling,…
Great people don’t do great things; God does great things through surrendered people.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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