Dallas Willard says that practicing solitude with silence are the most important spiritual disciplines for people today, especially pastors. In our busy, noisy world we need to “unhook” and get away in order to be alone and be ourselves with our Lord. Continue reading “The silence and the solitude”
A thought from Eugene Peterson that speaks volumes to me:
Two words that have been used in at least a couple of ways regarding leadership and life: Die. Change. Continue reading “Die. Change.”
Christ calls us to come and follow. We don’t get the whole picture in one sitting. It’s what we want, but it’s not his way. Continue reading “Slow walk to maturity — filling our minds with Christ”
Coming through Hebrews 11 and as we turn into the main point of Hebrews 12, I can hear the author of Hebrews fairly shouting: “Quit being so lazy in your faith!” Continue reading “By faith”
Romans 8 calls us to recognize the depths of God’s goodness and how he has empowered us for all things.
It is a matter of choosing where you dwell. Continue reading “You choose where you dwell”
My heart leaps when I read Colossians 3:1-4 Continue reading “Heart prayer of the day”