Human beings like our health. We’re well acquainted with the pain and inconvenience of physical illness. It is a tangible “feeling” that something isn’t right in our body. Often our body tells us to slow down and rest, or through more violent measures, to go to the hospital for help. Other times, it can be
I sit in stillness, listening to the sounds of the forest as it comes forth from its slumber. I watch as the creatures live out their daily routines as an orchestrated symphony of activity. All of this is meant to give glory to the God who created them. How do I not consider where is God’s grace in this moment?
How much will God teach you on a three city, four day trip around the nation? If you’ll listen you will be surprised.
If you have ever been on a hike or a hunt and have experienced an oppressive fog, you know how disorienting it can be. Even if you are sitting still, it’s almost ethereal. You know general direction, but you can’t really judge distance well or identify landmarks.
For the first time in too long, I took out my headphones and began to pray. The evening breeze cooled my soaked shirt, causing a chill to rip through my body. Then I broke. Matthew 28:20 seemed to thunder through my mind like a shotgun blast. “I am with you always.”
There are few things more mind-numbing than doing a lot of work to prepare for a hunt only to go without any expectation of being successful. Why would we ever approach something as promise-filled as God’s word and expect to never be changed?
If you’re like me, you find it way too easy to become lax in your Bible Study time and effort. Here are 7 actionable ways to improve on your most important appointment of the day. 1. Pick (Or Design) A Bible Study Reading Plan Being intentional about reading scripture is critical to both covering valuable
My heart skipped a beat when a turkey gobbled what sounded like he was behind me. I rolled to my left side attempting to be ready for the bird I heard but could not see.
“All you gotta do is…” Don’t we love heroes? In the darkest hour, they shine bright. The history books praise their valor and we shower them with medals and gifts. They “stepped up”. I can remember one of my high-school football coaches railing on during a halftime pep-talk shouting, “Who is gonna be the hero?”
My feeling about sportsman’s ministry in it’s traditional sense is conflicted…. Here’s why.