Monthly Archives: May 2018

Finding God’s Purpose for Your Life

I’m convinced that each of us was made for a specific purpose in life and until we are actually doing the thing we were made for we’ll be unfulfilled, discontented and unhappy. Okay, I’m no genius; scripture actually tells us that in Ephesians 10:2 – “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to […]

Your Evil Tongue

“But no human being can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil, full of deadly poison.” James 3:8 When did our society become so uncivil toward one another? People say and do the most incredulous things that we never would have said and done in past generations. This morning, I was going through my […]

Misogyny in the Church and Beyond

Last week, well-known preacher and author Beth Moore wrote a stinging blog about misogyny in the church. Moore comes from a Southern Baptist background so it’s not surprising that her experience has been less than supportive given that denomination’s stand on women in authority. However, her words were powerful and struck me at a deeper […]

Bearing Good Fruit

Jesus talked funny. Whether he was telling stories, sharing wisdom via parables, or using simile, metaphor, or allegory, Jesus said things in ways that may be difficult with which to connect for today’s readers. Yet, we know that his approach really resonated with the people of His time. I think that’s why sometimes church language […]