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Judges Pt 4 “Deborah”

Judges Pt 4 “Deborah”

I’m struck by the graciousness of God throughout the book of Judges, but particularly in the story of Deborah and Barak. It’s a messy chapter riddled with fear and doubt, redeemed through moments of clarity and support, and ultimately remembered in victory. Barak is not an exemplary leader—having ignored... read more
Judges Pt 3 “No Need for Revolt”

Judges Pt 3 “No Need for Revolt”

“Then the Lord raised up judges who delivered them from the hands of those who plundered them. Yet they did not listen to their judges, for they played the harlot after them. They turned aside quickly from the way in which their fathers had walked in obeying the commandments... read more
Judges Pt 2 – “Faith Upgrade”

Judges Pt 2 – “Faith Upgrade”

In Judges 3:1-4 it tells us that God left the enemy in the promised land both to teach His people about war and to test their faith. God left the enemy when He could’ve removed the enemy?!?. How can this be?!? What was true for the Israelites is still... read more
Judges Pt 1 – “Iron Chariots”

Judges Pt 1 – “Iron Chariots”

Today, the world has a lot of messages it’s telling and selling us. One that has been told and retold is we must use common sense when living our lives. Often, this can be true and wise; however, the issue is that if you want to live a life of... read more
MARTYRS – PART 2

MARTYRS – PART 2

Many wonder how the young girl with a machine gun to her head could easily stand strong and refuse to deny Christ, even though many of her elders had done just that right before her. We even wonder how a grown man could go straight back into spreading the... read more
MARTYRS – PART 1

MARTYRS – PART 1

Truth be told, I’ve had the thought of one day becoming a martyr. In fact, I even had a legitimate discussion with my friend about how it would be unfair of me to get married and have kids because I may die in some foreign country one day. (She... read more
NAKED AND UNASHAMED

NAKED AND UNASHAMED

Originally published in 2014 I have five 5 kids. Fourth in the lineup is our 3 and a half year old daughter Joanna. From time to time, Joanna loves to cruise through the house completely butt naked, and unashamed, all while singing loud enough for everyone to hear: “I’m... read more
GOOD ROOTS, GOOD FRUIT

GOOD ROOTS, GOOD FRUIT

I was recently listening to a speaker who said entering into his 20’s was like an exclamation mark. You know, like a “I got this,” attitude, “I have all the answers,” or “trust me, I know.” He said when he entered his 30’s the exclamation mark turned into a question... read more
WILDERNESS SEASON

WILDERNESS SEASON

The Wilderness is Not the Problem “I’m in a wilderness season.” I’ve said it, maybe you’ve said it, or at least you’ve heard somebody say it. I think one of the best ways to look at a “wilderness season” is a period of time when things are hard; you... read more
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