Vulnerability, transparency, honesty, integrity, accountability, and open communication are all ways in which you can remove the barriers between yourself and someone else and get naked in the most fundamental and effective of ways. If you are going to be successful in business, in romance, in relationships, and in your walk with God — you
Renew. Refresh. Recharge.
Selfish. Is it evil to be selfish? Certainly selfishness is a characteristic that is frowned upon in early childhood schooling. You need to be a team player. You need to love other people. You need to invest your time and your energy in making the world a better place. You need to put God first.
Life is Short. So Live Well.
Life is short. Too short to waste time. Too short to hate. Too short to live with regret. Too short to give up. Too short to give in. Too short to accept defeat. Too short to spend it pursing things that don’t last. Too short to resist, reject, or obstruct the God given destiny that
Honoring Those Who Serve and Protect
Honor is more than respect. Honor is more than an emotion of reverence or an acknowledgement and appreciation of services rendered. Honor is acting on an awareness of what someone is doing or has done by considering and meeting their needs in response to their service rendered. And so, honor is not just attending the
Miracles: Fact or Fiction?
Jesus healed the blind, the lame, the deaf, the mute, the sick, the possessed, the addicted, the broken, the fearful, the anxious, the diseased, the hungry, the poor, the thirsty — everyone who asked, who came, who touched, who listened — everyone who desired new life received it. But that was long ago and far
Changing the Conversation
Matthew is perhaps most famous for writing one of the four gospel accounts about the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Not only did Matthew write what would end up being one of the four authoritative, preserved, and passed down accounts of the life of Christ, Matthew was also famously one of the original twelve
True Love is Eternal Life
“Three things will last forever — faith, hope, and love — and the greatest of these is love.” – 1 Corinthians 13 What is love, really? Is love a feeling? an emotion? an experience? Is love a thought? a conclusion? a point of view? The apostle John summarized it this way, “God is love” –
He is Risen
Friday was defeat, Saturday was despair, Sunday was victory. “Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning.” – Psalm 30 Are you ready for your resurrection? Are you ready for life — abundant, blessed, and whole? Are you ready to let go of your fear, your doubt, your hurts, your tears?