Burn the Ships

In the early 1500s, Hernan Cortés made a bold decision—he burned his ships after reaching the New World. Those burning ships did more than eliminate an escape route, they sparked a fire within every man to press forward collectively, becoming part of a mission bigger than the individual, because they had no choice but to succeed. What's the lesson for us today?

Speed Bump!

I have a love/hate relationship with speed bumps (ok, I'll confess, mainly hate). Don't you just love it when you're driving in a new area and all of a sudden—SPEED BUMP! For whatever reason, you didn't notice the speed bump coming; you either slam on the brakes or wind up with a headache. (And yes, ...

An Open Letter from Millennials

The following letter was compiled purposefully by a group of Baptist millennials. As you read, you'll quickly see we are motivated by love with the goal of gracious, productive conversation leading to understanding and greater unity—ultimately resulting in many, many more lives being changed by the love of our amazing Savior, Jesus Christ. Please read ...

God, You Can’t

A man born during turbulent times was adopted into the most powerful family in the world. He lived a lavish, comfortable life—until the day he murdered a man. He hides the body, thinking no one knows, but is discovered the next day by two commoners. Word of his heinous act spreads. The king quickly learns ...

Upgrade Your Beliefs

I think we all have a love/hate relationship with New Year's Resolutions. I know I do! January 1st rolls around and suddenly our social media floods with the resolutions of all our friends and family. As we read them, we laugh and roll our eyes. We all know we're just witnessing wishful thinking. Some estimates ...

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