Show Your Calendar Who’s Boss

“I want to, but I just don’t have the time,” is one of the most common frustrations I hear from people from all walks of life. Dreams are not becoming realities and goals are not being achieved, because countless individuals are convinced they simply can’t fit certain priorities into their schedules. Whether it is working out, cooking … More Show Your Calendar Who’s Boss

Intentional Kindness

Isn’t it easy to take the people in our lives for granted? It is not that we are unloving or that we don’t appreciate the relationships we have. No,  I believe the problem is simply we are not intentional enough about considering and expressing appreciation for others. I recently read a story of a young man … More Intentional Kindness

The Road to Reconciliation: How to Address an Offense with Another Believer

  Last week in my post, “Beyond Forgiveness,” I argued that when conflict arises between Christians, that our aim should be— not just to forgive— but to be reconciled with our brothers and sisters in Christ. One of the necessary steps in reconciliation is confrontation, which seems to be avoided like the plague in most … More The Road to Reconciliation: How to Address an Offense with Another Believer

Beyond Forgiveness

We live in a fallen world full of imperfect people, thus, every single one of us will experience conflict with others. We will offend people, and people will offend us. It is important to remember that the church is not immune to these relational difficulties. Positionally, real followers of Jesus are saints, yet practically, the Scripture makes … More Beyond Forgiveness

What to Read

It is important to make the most of reading time by choosing carefully what to read. In my opinion, it is good to study a variety of genres. At any given time, I have around five to seven books going. Here are my top seven categories for reading: Scripture – The rest of this list is not necessarily in any order … More What to Read