I cringe and enter full-on panic mode when I hear the dreaded words: “Will you lead us in prayer?” “No!” my insides say, “Please no! I just won’t know what to say, and it’s going to sound just ridiculous, and I’m going to just look like a fool who just can’t form complete sentences and … More Please Don’t Ask Me To Pray
If a “quiet time” is time spent in quiet, and a “Word time” is time spent in the Word . . . How’s your “Word time”?? Is it like . . . A road sign: Catch a glimpse of it on your way to something else A wall hanging: Conveniently framed above your kitchen sink . … More Is Your Word Time Like . . .
Sometimes when I write, my brain is quiet. Too quiet. My fingers wait, paralyzed. To express something that doesn’t feel . . . there. How? Sometimes when I write, my brain is noisy. Far too noisy. It seems my fingers can’t keep up . . . but repeatedly press the “backspace” key and somehow still … More Sometimes When I Write . . .
“Preach the gospel every day. When necessary, use words.” Perhaps you’ve heard the popular phrase. And perhaps, like me, you’ve cringed. For to preach the gospel, one must use words. . . . then the following scenarios may surprise you. Can you name three instances in which the Christian’s initial responsibility is to do good so … More Live the Gospel Without Using Words