Worship leaders: What do you do when you look out at the people you’re leading and see no one engaging?… Read More So They’re Not Worshiping … What Should I Do?
I came across an article the other day that thoroughly shocked me. The title? “Will You Forgive God?” by R.T. Kendall. Red flags immediately began popping up, but I decided to give it a fair shot and see what the author had to say. Sometimes it’s simply semantics.… Read More Forgiving God?
Though they died under completely different circumstances, these two men used their final moments to do what God created them to do. … Read More Two Wooden Stakes, One Common Purpose
Have you ever tried to start something and found you couldn’t keep up with it? Or have you tried to start something new, but didn’t actually understand what you were trying to accomplish? It probably fell to the wayside. That has been me with this blog. When I started it, I thought I would just… Read More Living as a Set-Apart Worshiper
I do not like feeling like a stalker. That is, at least not with people I do not know very well. I like respecting people’s privacy. I do not take pleasure in stepping on people’s toes, feeling like I am encroaching on people’s space, or anything remotely in that field, such as introducing myself to… Read More Networking: Society’s Not-So-Recent Epidemic
“You cannot not communicate.” This is probably the most well-known phrase in the Communication field. Professors taught my classmates and me the significance of this phrase in every single communication class. Thank you for that, Paul Watzlawick. The idea is forthright and simple, but surprisingly transforms the way we view communication. For instance, is it… Read More You Cannot Not Communicate