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Pain Is a Microphone

Pain Is a Microphone

There Will Be Blood Pain is a microphone. And the more it hurts, the louder you get. Suffering isn’t an obstacle to being used by God. It is an opportunity to be used like never before. This truth leaps off the pages of Scripture again and again and again. Joseph suffered for years as a

Go to Church, Take a Prayer Walk, Do a Prayer Dance

Planted, Plugged In, and Prepared A while back I saw a 60 Minutes special on a free diver named William Trubridge, who goes to extreme depths in the ocean on a single breath. It is incredibly dangerous. He descends 331 feet below the surface — twice the height of the Statue of Liberty — with

Jesus Has Entered the Building

On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Now both Jesus and His disciples were invited to the wedding. And when they ran out of wine, the mother of Jesus said to Him, “They have no wine.” Jesus said to her, “Woman, what does

Defined by Deliverance

Recognition Leads to Ignition When you acknowledge God’s presence, you turn the key in your spiritual ignition. His presence is a benefit only if you remember it, cultivate it, and lean into it. One of the most repeated commands in Scripture is “Remember,” because it is so easy to forget. Whisper to God each morning,

Father’s Day Gift Guide: 12 Inspirational Books and Bibles Dads Will Love

Thank you, God, for dads! Though we love our fathers every day, Father’s Day is a great time to go above and beyond. Now is the time to pick out some great new books and Bibles for dads that will be sure to offer motivation, spiritual guidance, and inspiration for their walk with the Lord! Here

Run Toward the Fear: Run Toward the Roar

I am fascinated by the way lions hunt. I’ve read that it’s the lionesses that actually do the “lion’s share” of the work. The males are obviously incredibly intimidating, with their manes and their ferocious roars, but it’s the chicks you really have to watch out for. The fact that lionesses do not have a

Home For Christmas

I pulled my five-year-old closer to my chest and planted a kiss on the top of her head. I was reading about the memorial services for the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. My daughter Lenya was sitting on my lap, snuggling me. We had nicknamed her “Lenya Lion” for her ferocious personality

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