We need grace. I need grace. Not for my last breath but for every breath. In the words of the scripture, we need a greater grace.
One of the most important lessons I’ve learned is never to trust anyone who doesn’t walk with a limp.
Grace grows in community—but not just any community. This is a difficult message for many people these days because by community I mean the church.
If all you preach is God’s blessing without the warnings, then your congregation is only hearing half of the truth. You can’t have one without the other!
I'll never forget when I learned how God writes straight on crooked lines. A few years ago, I had coffee with a middle-aged man in our church. Henry was gifted and full of potential. However, I noticed that he’d stayed in the shadows and refused to get involved. When I asked him why, he replied,…
The most difficult aspect of personal growth isn’t identifying the growth opportunity, but rather dealing with our implementation attempts and setbacks.