Monthly Archive: February 2015

Feb 23

Ask Questions!

I don’t believe I’ve ever met anybody who, at one level or another, does not have questions about the Christian faith. Many people have serious doubts, concerns, or objections about God, Jesus, or the Bible. As a Christian I had many of these doubts myself. It wasn’t until I started college that I was willing …

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Feb 19

One Question

It’s remarkable how powerful questions are. They expose lies, search for truth, force people to recognize their biases, and are behind the most significant technological and biological breakthroughs throughout human history. We learn about the world with one simple question as a child: “why?”. We are confronted with our own actions as a police officer …

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Feb 10

Burying A Bag of Gold

Matthew is my favorite Gospel. Ever since I learned about the historical and cultural background within which it is set—I’ve grown in my appreciation for the way Matthew tells the story of Jesus. From the very outset, Matthew introduces the reader to the reality that many who were supposed to understand what was happening (especially …

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Feb 04

News To Know: February, 2015 Edition!

News to Know: February, 2015 Edition! 1.) Thank you so much for your participation in the Beyond Campaign in the many ways that you have been (and continue to be) a part! 2.) Care Classes (Divorce Care, Grief Share, & Grief Share for Kids) start February 8th at 5pm! For more details, please CLICK HERE. …

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Feb 02

The Risk of Trusting

One of my favorite things to do with my kids is to put my hands under their armpits, throw them in the air, and catch them. At first, my kids were apprehensive, not because they were afraid of what would happen, but because it was a new sensation. Soon, however, they started to enjoy it …

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