A meteor that strikes earth leaves a massive crater.
Christian Life

The Meteor has Hit and has Hit Hard

Life until this point in time has not been hard, it has been exhilarating; so full of change, risk, excitement, and joy.  Whether experiencing a great sense of independence through lack of being tied down to jobs or places, going to college and being shaped as a person both intellectually and personally, dropping ship at […]

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The World : Vienna, Austria
Christian Life

IN the World but Not OF the World

As I survey the thousands of people at a volleyball tournament in Indianapolis, Indiana where my Fiancé is an assistant coach of a girls club team, I sit and consider what it means to be a Christian in this world but not of it. How much of our resources, time, and energy are dedicated to […]

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Narrow Cobblestone Path in Bolivia by a World Race Squad
Christian Life

How Narrow the Road

It is written that the road to true life in Christ is narrow, implying it being difficult to follow.  In America today the word ‘difficult’ doesn’t do justice to the true nature of how ‘difficult’ the narrow road is. In some ways the Christian walk is clear, by no means easy, but none-the-less simple: “So […]

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The Beauty of our world is Astonishing.
Christian Life

God wants You more than Anything

What God wants for his children, ultimately, is to know Him.  To cherish Him above all else and be completely dependent upon Him. His desire isn’t that they know about God.  His ultimate desire isn’t that they have acted morally throughout life, following the path laid down in the Bible for us.  It isn’t ultimately […]

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Standing next to Rapids near Victoria Falls
Christian Life

Where do We Take a Stand?

  Where exactly do we stand up for truth? Is there a line to be drawn or is it absolute? Are there caveats? Exceptions? Do we simply tell people to stop doing things they shouldn’t do? Do we advise them? Suggest things to them? In anger and frustration? In gentleness? Is setting an example enough? […]

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