As Christians, we are often told how we should feel or not feel. We’re supposed to always be happy, content, and loving. We’re not supposed to feel angry, hurt, afraid, discouraged, or disillusioned. In fact, if you dare to express doubts, you may find your faith is quickly questioned. So we paste on our plastic […]Read More
There is a common phrase I head from pastors, “as we grow larger, we must grow smaller.” This is typically around the implementation of home-based groups as a means to facilitate relationships, personal ministry, and try to develop a sense of community within the corporate whole. While I agree this is a great means by which to accomplish […]Read More
If we study Scripture for the wrong reasons, we risk pride and self-righteousness. Reading the Bible through the lens of the cross helps us understand Scripture in context and teaches us humility and hope.
What is your motivation for reading the Bible…
Voice: The Narrative That Guides – The hard work of finding our own voice Think through all the voices that have informed you throughout your life. Write down each and every person who has influenced you for good or bad. Identify what their narrative for your life was and how it has shaped you. Make […]Read More
The CounterPoint group has spent several weeks discussing one’s heart desires, dream, and purpose. Which should naturally lead one into exploring the voices shapes your life for good and bad. This begins a short series of posts which provide a pathway towards discovering the voices and learning to identify the Voice of the Father. Soul: […]Read More