Category Archives: discipleship

‘I want to be part of everything’

Mike Trout is now the highest-paid player in professional baseball. He is receiving an obscene amount of money — $426 million over 12 years — and yet no one has argued that it’s too much money. That’s because just about … Continue reading

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The way we were?

Then the people began to plead with Jesus to leave their region. Mark 5:17 It’s one of the stranger stories ever recorded about Jesus. He and His disciples had just crossed the Sea of Galilee and witnessed Jesus calming the … Continue reading

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The little box that fear built

by Marti Fischer Fear, in my opinion puts us into a little box. Even though it is entirely too small for us to fit in, I think that, like a bully, fear chases after us until we jump into the … Continue reading

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Hot or cold

“Oh ‘spew thee out of my mouth!’” Marti chose one of my favorite biblical phrases to write about yesterday. Growing up on King James English, at least where the Bible was concerned, this used to be one our favorite sayings … Continue reading

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Outside your comfort zone

[Marti weighs in with this one.] by Marti Fischer One of the more important messages for us today as believers can be found in the words of Jesus to the seven churches that take up the first few chapters of … Continue reading

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