After a brutal 2020, many of us feel like we’re playing hurt; maybe not physically, but in other ways. This message offers perspective and hope as we lick our wounds and peer into an uncertain 2021.
Wouldn’t it be great if joy could triumph over the fear within us? That’s what this Easter Sunday sermon explores with Matthew 28.
This sermon is Part 1 of 4 in a series called ‘Mature: 4 things mature people do on the path of joy.’ It’s about the much-misunderstood but important role ‘fellowship’ plays.
This short post offers 1 simple antidote to freezing temperatures, Christmas credit card bills, and complaining kids.
Because we can pronounce hyperbole and always find the Cheerios at the grocery store, we can easily think that the wisdom train only goes one way. But what if our kids were on a secret mission to teach us some things too?
What makes people happy? Presents? A thank you? A big bag of potato chips with zero calories? The answer will be different for different people. A
A British psychologist says this coming Monday will be the saddest day of the year. I’ve heard it called “Blue Monday”–The third Monday in January.
The opposite of simplicity isn’t complexity—it’s confusion. We can often fall into the trap of thinking our lives are complex. And they are, sort of.