Tag Archives: Love Declared

Helping God’s Way

Have you ever been helping someone and really wished you could make them make the right decisions? Helping people is a messy business, because unlike working with items or technology, where you can count on them staying in place or … Continue reading

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Why do we care about others?

This is a post from several year ago that bears repeating, particularly in light of last weeks post. Why do we care? Its a simple question, and yet nothing about caring is simple. We care for reasons we cannot even … Continue reading

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A Memorial to Live

John 15:13 “Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.” This Memorial Day my hope is that we would more than just remember veterans. My desire is that we would honor the … Continue reading

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Wholly Loved!

In a TED talk I recently heard, entitled “Managing A Narcissist,” Ann Barnes the speaker gave some startling statistics. In the millennial generation 70% of people exhibit narcissism. Narcissism is basically an individual’s attitude or mindset that they are incredibly … Continue reading

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Being Encouragement

Do you ever feel like no one cares? Of course you know God does cares, but still, it would really be nice to know someone else cares too, right? What if, today, this week, or maybe every week, each of … Continue reading

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Knowing Good and Speaking God’s Opinion

As Christians within the church (and really as humanity as a whole), we’ve been taught too often to sit down, shut up, and keep our opinions to ourselves. But what about when the opinions we are expressing (or should be … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Encourage New Believers To Do Devotions

As a young believer, I struggled a lot with the concept of reading my Bible daily or even weekly, and I often got annoyed when Christians harped about how important it was for me to be faithfully “doing devotions.” I … Continue reading

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Let’s Rock the Boat

Well, it’s January 7th, and I’m back. We’ve entered the New Year of 2019, and yet the world feels pretty much the same as it did in 2018 and so does the church. So what now? As American’s we live … Continue reading

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Bringing Life to Each Other

I recently watched a movie about people who lived through the Nazi occupation of their small town and how much they faced with the lack of food, the devastation of everything they knew, and most of all the constant fear … Continue reading

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P A of Worldview: Love Declared

This July 4th, I find myself contemplating The United Sates of America’s declaration of separation. “IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America…When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for … Continue reading

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