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In the span of God’s wide and rowdy family, we all belong to one another and there is no such thing as other people’s children.
We are family not because we bear the same last name — but because we bear the image of the same God.
You don’t have to continue to live stretched too thin — exhausted, stressed, frustrated, and drained.
The remarkable part of Christianity is not that we have a Savior who came to deliver us but that we have a Savior who sees us for who we really are and loves us anyway.
Remember who created you.
Dear Kid Headed out into the World — You have to know how your unfolding from me was a miracle. That’s the miraculous thing about miracles – they really do…
Don’t waste anything that Jesus has given and multiplied.
People will always have opinions about you. But you live for God because He’s the only one who has intimate knowledge of you.
Peace happens once we accept God’s sovereignty in light of our inability to control the outcome.
God answered my roadside prayer in a most unexpected way, with a miracle.
When viewed from this lens of small daily actions and how they add up, creating a legacy is the most important job we can undertake.
When we change the world for someone else, we change it for ourselves too.
Love always begins with vulnerability.
If you want your children to “see” all the unseen ways God tells us He blesses His children now and in eternity, a well-formed Christian imagination is the starting place.
You will never regret kind words, warmth, or acts of generosity—but you will regret the love you never gave.
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