Category Archives: Christian Behavior

Oh, Was It Easter?

It’s been a long time since I posted on here (last July, I think, so almost nine months).  And the title of this first-in-a-long-time post is meant to be  somewhat tongue-in-cheek. The reality is that I was fully aware that … Continue reading

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Does a Concept of Faith Blame the Victim?

In the most recent episode of “It’s Really That Simple” (the podcast that my lovely wife Christy and I co-host), Christy and I talked about our thought of simplicity in trusting God.  If you have a half-hour free, I’d encourage … Continue reading

Posted in Beyond the Box, Christian Behavior, It's Really That Simple, Personal, Scripture Interpretation | 11 Comments

No Need to Fear

Is it just me, or does it really seem to others like there is a huge upswing in the level of paranoia and fear in our country?  And I’m not talking about just people in general. I’m talking about Christians! … Continue reading

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Engage. Don’t Avoid.

I’m not sure where the notion comes from that the best way to be a witness of the hope that is within us is to speak so judgmentally about the world around us, but I think it’s high time that … Continue reading

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The Measure of a Man

Many are familiar with sayings similar to, “It is not what a man does that measures his worth, but what he is.” And on several levels, that is true. However, Jesus also said that we would know people by “their … Continue reading

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