Month: September 2021

What Kind of Children Will We Send?

“One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts.” — Psalm 145:4 “The shot-clock is ticking.” I heard this phrase Monday as a passionate student pastor described his strategy for discipling young people. A former basketball player, this pastor found a great illustration in the shot-clock that ticks away on …

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Hope

Sometimes hope is elusive, obscured by unexpected circumstances that shake our world and rattle our resolve.  In those moments of high stress (sickness, job insecurity, financial woes, societal upheaval, loss of a loved one) the vice of living can squeeze so tightly, that we feel we cannot breathe. It is in the dark moments; we …

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