Category Archives: walk by faith

Weakness on display

I don’t want anyone to give me credit beyond what they can see in my life or hear in my message. (2 Corinthians 12:6) Upon further review, it has come to my attention that the interpretation of this statement in … Continue reading

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A pock on the skyline

I looked at my phone this morning and saw “Wednesday, September 11” right under the time, and thought, “Oh my goodness, it’s 9/11.” I guess I knew it was coming — I knew it was somewhere in the vicinity — … Continue reading

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Yours for the Journey

I chose you before the foundation of the world I formed your inward parts I knit you together in your mother’s womb I called you I heard your call I saved you I delivered you I forgave your sins I … Continue reading

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“Could”s and “should”s

When teams that could win face teams that should win, what usually happens? The teams that could win, win. That’s because they are playing with something extra. They are already above expectations just to be in the same arena with … Continue reading

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Close to you

On the day that you were born the angels got together And decided to create a dream come true So they sprinkled moon dust in your hair And golden starlight in your eyes of blue Remember this one by the … Continue reading

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Countercultural faith

One of the greatest injustices we do to our young people is to ask them to be conservative. Christianity is not conservative, but revolutionary.  – Francis Schaeffer You have been strategically placed right where you are for one reason: to … Continue reading

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Two wills and a destiny

So I woke up in Phoenix this morning but there’s no baseball in sight, unless the Diamondbacks are home tonight.  But I wouldn’t know that because I am not here for baseball, I’m here for my son, Chandler. He has … Continue reading

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‘Thank you’ as a way of life

“Thank you.” No more valuable words were ever spoken. So simple, yet so profound. Marti recently met for lunch with a well-known author and researcher who began their conversation by thanking her. Marti recalls being completely unsettled by this. The … Continue reading

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