When I felt secure, I said, “I will never be shaken.” Psalm 30:6 NIV Change has as much…
We are living in a time of deep need for our own version of a Public Theologian, but with a more spiritual emphasis. I call these new 21st century thinkers Spiritual Theologians.
For all of us who face the limits of yesterday’s memories, we can learn from Nehemiah’s example and renew our dedication to God by practicing “Radical Forgetfulness”. Here is how we can do it.
God wants us to experience continual restarts, rebirths, redefinitions, and to literally rebrand our lives. Here are some scriptures on moving forward.
I hate waiting. I want control. Waiting means I don’t have control, which makes me fearful, anxious, pressured, and stressed. What about you? Do you also experience emotional tumult when forced to wait, knowing what you want will be delayed or maybe never happen?
For those dreams to come true, I would need to “Be The Thunder”, becoming emotionally strong enough to do what is necessary to make the dreams God has laid on my heart a reality.
What Stephen Curry teaches us about change is we must first Reset, second Refocus, and third Rebuild. This process is essential for getting unstuck.
There are many benefits of hard work in the Bible. Our capacity to grow can only be sustained if we understand the spirituality of hard work.
The “Transparency Quiz” is a simple set of questions whose purpose is to sensitize and make us aware of our level of transparency. Find out where you are at and figure out how to get to where you want to be.
When Jesus spoke, he described a vision. This vision was of a world changed by his kingdom, and those who listened were transfixed.
God will test us just as he tested Abraham. This is a clear and simple truth. Reflect on these 5 surefire signs God is testing you to help get clarity on where he is trying to take you.
In our effort to serve God more and better, to love people, and to do good, we end up silencing God’s voice, which is what inspired us in the first place to serve, love, and do good. In short, we become so busy serving God that we stop making time for him.