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Life Lessons from Atlanta’s Driving Culture, Part 2

One of the beautiful things about this life is that the mundane things point us to God. Sometimes, it’s the beauty of my back deck garden. With all the rain we’ve been getting lately, it has grown full and luxurious,... Continue Reading →

Me and Big Bro

I would consider myself a Bible nerd. That is to say, from a young age, I was the kid who knew all the right Bible answers, and I was very proud of that fact - like in a prideful, judgey... Continue Reading →

The Playful Side of Jesus

Several years ago, I read a story in the Bible that cracked me up. I literally started laughing out loud. I’d read it before, but one of the delightful things about the Bible (and many other stories) is that you... Continue Reading →

Life Lessons from Atlanta’s Driving Culture

When I first started this blog, I wanted it to be more comprehensive than just Bible stuff.  The Bible is glorious, wonderful, and the clearest revelation that we have from God about God. But everything in life ultimately points us... Continue Reading →

Shout for Joy

  Psalm 100 is a passage of Scripture my dad referred to quite a bit when I was a kid, and it is certainly lovely. My parents went through a parenting phase where they would pay us $1 for every... Continue Reading →

Words Matter

Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen. ~ Ephesians 4:29 When I was a kid, my siblings... Continue Reading →

I Hate Death: A Memorial Day Post

I like to think of Memorial Day weekend as a celebration weekend. A school’s out, summer’s started weekend. Cookouts, lake or pool time, a day off of work. It kicks off the slower, more laid-back days of summer, that glorious... Continue Reading →

Grace for the Spiritual Perfectionist

  O foolish Galatians! Who has bewitched you? It was before your eyes that Jesus Christ was publicly portrayed as crucified. Let me ask you only this: Did you receive the Spirit by works of the law or by hearing... Continue Reading →

3-D Jesus

  Tomorrow is a day Christians commemorate as "Maundy Thursday," the day that we remember the Last Supper that Jesus had with his 12 closest disciples, and the night that he is betrayed and handed over to be killed by... Continue Reading →

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