Category Archives: Personal Evaluation

Being Faithful in Little Things

Why is being faithful in the little things so important? We encounter this Biblical concept a lot of places in Scripture, but two stories that stand out in their exhortation about our faithfulness to small things come from stories Jesus … Continue reading

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When You Don’t Feel Like Facing the New Year

For many of us life probably looks a lot like it did three weeks ago. For others of us maybe we started a new job, a new set of classes, or have launched into our new year’s resolutions.  Whether there … Continue reading

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Are You Submitting to God or Trying to be in Control Yourself?

As humans we don’t like feeling like our lives are out of our control. Because when we aren’t the ones making decisions for ourselves, then anything could happen. Or could it? We tend to have the mindset that if we … Continue reading

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Are You Living Out the Golden Rule?

The world is in an uproar. People are angry about Covid, about quarantine, and about an abuse of power. Now, what these three realities all have in common is not the color of someone’s skin. It’s how we treat the … Continue reading

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Do We Have a Means to Start Over?

Failure is something we face continually, whether we recognize it or not. Sometimes it’s failure in our endeavors, job, or hobbies. Other times its failure in our relationships or our own standards. It can even be the failure on our … Continue reading

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Do We Know What It Says?

Are we reading the Bible for ourselves? Do we know what it says? Or do we just know what the pastors, teachers, and Bible study leaders tell us it says? Don’t get me wrong, these people can be a wonderful … Continue reading

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How Seriously Do We Take It?

There are subjects in the Bible that we take very seriously, but then there are those that feel so pervasive we kind of just find ourselves giving up on taking them seriously. Perhaps we’re asking ourselves the questions: If it … Continue reading

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Weary and Scattered?

We don’t really want to be seen for who and what we really are, but unless we are seen we will never truly know love, acceptance, and hope. Mat 9:36 “But when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with … Continue reading

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Focus This Year on God and His Gifts

What if this next year, instead of focusing on what we can accomplish for God, we focused on what God wants to give us? At New Years we are often found paying attention to all the areas in our life … Continue reading

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Do We Want Justice?

Who is God? There are situations in life where we can find ourselves crying out against our God and asking why, if He is a justice God, has He not brought about justice? It’s good to pause and  remember to … Continue reading

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