Month: April 2014

Are you a Facebook Christian?

When I think about a lot of Christians that I know their relationship with Christ is similar to their relationship with a friend on Facebook. Many Christians accepted Christ sometime as a kid at a church, Christian concert, or a vacation bible school. The basic pattern was to admit that you were a sinner (check!), ask Jesus into your heart (check!), say the sinner’s prayer (check!), and now you are a Christian. Often, that may have been the closest their relationship to Christ ever was. They may have been “good” for a few weeks, but they may have never...

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Suggestions versus Directives

In marriages it is inevitable that one spouse is going to be more dominant than the other spouse. That may be a 51/49 split, a 75/25 split, a 99/1 split, or anywhere in between. While I hope most are not on the extreme side of that split, it is only natural that one spouse is going to have an unequal share of control in a relationship. Is that bad? Not necessarily. The key is that we understand each other and learn to communicate in ways that are healthy for the marriage. In my marriage and probably a large percentage...

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The Gratitude Challenge!

The Gratitude Challenge!

Photo by Neven Krcmarek on Unsplash Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thess. 5:18 Gratitude is a habit I must consciously cultivate. It is is a choice. It is also a command! Meaning – it is not optional for believers in Christ. I choose to […]

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The Gratitude Challenge!

The Gratitude Challenge!

Photo by John Jennings on Unsplash Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thess. 5:18 Gratitude is a habit I must consciously cultivate. It doesn’t automatically come naturally. I choose to stop focusing on problems and bad things. I choose to focus on good things. I […]

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