Divine Suffering

Divine Suffering

The task of understanding God’s self-revelation to us through scripture is not always easy, or cut-and-dry. Thankfully today we stand on the shoulders of two thousand years of past Christians who thought long and hard about who God is. We must always consider their ideas seriously.

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Overwhelmed by the Bible

Overwhelmed by the Bible

Have you ever felt afraid or intimidated to read just the Bible in devotional time? I’ve struggled with this in the past. A fear inside told me that if I read directly from Scripture without any guidance (such as a study, a story, a podcast, a sermon, etc), I would not be able to...

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Freedom

Freedom

As the world becomes increasingly individualistic, people are blindly searching for more freedom. They want to be unique, different, accepted, successful… you name it, all the while being enslaved to sin and things of this world. It is a never-ending cycle of self-destruction. There is...

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Cultivating a Servant Heart

Cultivating a Servant Heart

I’m back with part three in our exploration of the Spiritual Disciplines. Believe me when I say I’m just as eager to dig into specific practices as you are, but before we do there I need to lay out a final point in favour of carrying out these practices in the first place. So please...

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Seeking God in Stillness

Seeking God in Stillness

I’m back with part three in our exploration of the Spiritual Disciplines. Believe me when I say I’m just as eager to dig into specific practices as you are, but before we do there I need to lay out a final point in favour of carrying out these practices in the first place. So please...

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Fantastic Voyage (Part 3)

Fantastic Voyage (Part 3)

I don’t know if you have watched or read The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien. But in the story, one random day a wizard named Gandalf shows up at the home of a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins and invites him to go on an ADVENTURE, he introduces Bilbo to a new community…

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