Monthly Archives: November 2014

Two Kinds of People

[ Today’s post is dedicated to the broken-hearted. ] We go to a big church—every age, shape, and race. But our pastors often remind us: “There are two kinds of people.” Rightly dividing the Word is their passion, and they … Continue reading

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Poor and Mourning: The Way to Blessing

I was recently blessed by a women’s retreat—”The Battle and Beauty of a Peacemaker.” I will now, quite audaciously, condense an entire weekend into a one-minute post. (Nott.) The Beatitudes (Matthew 5:3-10) are promises, but not necessarily to separate individuals … Continue reading

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Destination Addiction

But godliness actually is a means of great gain when accompanied by contentment. For we have brought nothing into the world, so we cannot take anything out of it either. I recently heard the coined phrase, “Destination Addiction”: the idea … Continue reading

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“A Tale of Two ‘Churches'”

This morning I heard a true story that, I’m pretty sure, changed my life. It was about an elder and his wife. Some time ago, they experienced the horror of an adult son gone wayward. They’d raised him in the … Continue reading

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