I’ve never been a gym guy, and have often used the excuse that my work gives me enough exercise. This year, I’ve been getting back to some regular exercise. One thing I’ve found after several months now is the power of even just 15 minutes of stretching and a regimen of pushups, planks and jumping … Continue reading Exercising More
Perhaps this will clear up some confusion: The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of truth. When a pastor helps you to grow and understand the Word, or a Bible study leader, or a conversation with a Christian brother or sister, it is not them it is the Holy Spirit helping you to understand the Word. … Continue reading Not diefying the Mouthpiece
I recently had a thought, do paper plates/disposable dishware really save money? So I decided to calculate a bit. If a person were to use 3 paper plates per day would equal roughly 1100 paper plates per year and assuming roughly $5 per 100 plates would equal $50 - $60 per year. Now here’s the … Continue reading Do Paper Plates Save Money?
Walking through some grief with its accompanying anxiety and depression, I have found comfort in The Bruised Reed by Richard Sibbes…a book that Steve Farrar referenced in a discussion on his own battle with depression and discouragement. “There is more mercy in Christ than sin in us… It is better to go bruised to heaven … Continue reading Grief has a Purpose
If all you do is eat processed foods you won’t be healthy. Well it’s the same spiritually, if you only eat processed spiritual food (podcasts, teachings, sermons) and not “whole foods” (small group discipleship, solitude in the Word, private prayer). Not bad to receive some “premade” spiritual meals, but in this new year, how can … Continue reading Processed Spiritual Food