Why do we rest? From the beginning, we are given a pattern of the goodness of work, balanced with the goodness of rest. ...Keep Reading
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In school, I was never a fan of having to do book reports. The reading I never minded, but the effort to summarize what I read was always an enormous struggle. Now I’ve grown appreciative of a helpful summary – which is all I want to do for you today....
How do you typically respond when something doesn’t work out?...
You likely know that the Continental divide, a ridgeline in the American West, divides where rainfall (or snowmelt) ends up....
In 2001, Julie and I bought our house. A home we could afford that was big enough for our 4 kids also meant that it needed to be fixed up. ...Keep Reading
Who do you know that is suffering, or what have you endured?...Keep Reading
“Why is graduation called commencement?” I remember learning that graduation sounds like a finish line, while commencement is a starting line. ...Keep Reading
While Florida is basically flat, still you may have traveled to hike in the mountains....Keep Reading
In this season of Christmas, I believe that an essential attitude or mindset is to be self-forgetful ...Keep Reading
“It is good to give thanks… to the LORD,” It’s noticeable in our culture that thanksgiving has gone horizontal....Keep Reading
I was asked recently, “Trinity is obviously growing, so what is your strategy for outreach?” And I believe the answer is three basic aspects of our culture. We want to know the Gospel. We believe we need the Gospel. And we seek to be related to people in our city who do not yet know Jesus....Keep Reading
Imagine a bottle about the size of your average water bottle in front of you, full of clear liquid. And you’re thirsty. So would you just pick it up and drink it? ...Keep Reading