Category Archives: Godly Living

Golden Ball of Time

I remember hearing a story about a boy who received a golden ball of time. Whenever he was impatient with something, he could pull the string attached to the ball, and the ball would accelerate time so the boy would … Continue reading

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Parental Rights

On a recent trip to Denver, Jason and I encountered an environmentalist outside the public library. He was zealously trying to stop people, urging them to be concerned about the state of the environment. As we walked past, he called … Continue reading

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Intelligent Design = Biblical?

Is intelligent design a biblical concept? Many Christians would answer “yes.” Yet, the concept of an intelligent designer does not necessarily lead a person to believe in God. William Dembski has written a great deal about intelligent design, and he … Continue reading

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True Freedom

As Americans, the concept of freedom is important to us. America prides itself on being the land of the free and the home of the brave. Yet increasingly there is a warped view of what true freedom means or rather … Continue reading

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Reflections

A birthday is a good time for reflections. A year has passed . . . and so much has happened in my life in the past year. One year ago today, I spent my birthday with Tim and Carrie. It … Continue reading

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The Battle of the Mind

One of the Sundays during our honeymoon, Jason and I heard a sermon preached on Philippians 4:4-8. Essentially, the pastor was discussing how easy it is for Satan to gain footholds in the minds of believers. As he put it … Continue reading

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Five Practical Steps Toward Forgiveness

A friend and I were recently talking about forgiveness. More specifically, we were talking about how to forgive. It’s easy to talk about forgiveness. Scripture is clear about the commands to forgive those who have wronged us. ” . . … Continue reading

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