“The fear of living an insignificant life resonates with many of us, but in our exhibitionist culture we’ve been formed to believe that significance comes from being noticed.
This explains both our culture’s deification of celebrities and disregard for the unborn.
Celebrities are valued merely because they are seen by millions, while unborn babies are unvalued because they haven’t yet been seen by anyone.
Our culture has embraced the cliche that out of sight really is out of mind.”~ Skye Jethani
We’re diving into this again…buckle up!
Rest is seriously underrated…ask my wife and I.
A lesson learned on my “not-so” day off…
Okay…this should be interesting. Fee and Wayne take on the taboo topic of cohabitation, better known as “shackin’ up”. Need we say more? SHARING IS CARING! Like, share, subscribe, and leave us a rating and […]
“Worship is far more than praising, singing, and praying to God. Worship is a lifestyle of enjoying God, loving him, and giving ourselves to be used for his purposes. When e use your life for […]
Can we ever really “play catch up” with time?
“We Christians are really good at getting our message to the people who already have it…but pretty bad at times getting our message to the people who really need it.” ~ Phil Vischer
“Let me insert a word here to correct some possible misunderstandings. The disciplined use of time should not be understood as promoting a relentless, unresting, burnout-prone lifestyle. Though Jesus often ministered long hours and frequently […]
“Why does it matter that you make sure that you have a life that brings honour to God? Because if your life isn’t bringing glory to God, your ministry never will! Do you want […]
Just the two of us, right? Maybe not so much. Fee and Wayne discuss the value of Jesus being at the center of marriage…and how that transforms your marriage from one that only benefits the […]
“Are you ready for God to prune you? Are you prepared to surrender to him anything about your life that is not bearing fruit—and for God to get rid of it? Do you honestly want […]
“We have far too many Christians who are strong on convictions, but you wouldn’t want them to represent you in any public way…because they do it in a way that is not very civil in […]
“How often do we hear about the discipline of the Christian life these days? How often do we talk about it? How often is it really to be found at the heart of our evangelical […]
Is control really the main issue behind gun control?