Monthly Archives For February 2017

On Asking God: “What Should I Do?”

I went on the leadership retreat for our church last month. We spent a lot of time talking about discipleship, being a disciple a Jesus, and exploring what that means, what it looks like for our church this next year. We didn’t want to come up with another program, something to make us busier with… Read more »

Questions

One of the things I remember from my time at Multnomah is the Bible test they give you as you enter school. They then give the same test just before you graduate. They wanted to see what you knew about the Bible as you began and what knowledge you gained from your time in class…. Read more »

Increase the Good, Decrease the Bad

As we approach Valentine’s Day, it’s always appropriate to consider our relationship with our spouses. Jill and I will be celebrating our 35th anniversary this year. Our married life together hasn’t always mirrored a Hallmark romance movie; in fact there isn’t a married couple anywhere who has significant time together who wouldn’t agree with me…. Read more »

What Does God Sound Like?

“They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” Acts 2:42 As I watched the horse, I did my best to keep my sobs hidden from the others who stood nearby. This was an intimate moment because God was speaking and I wanted to keep… Read more »