Tag: Christian growth

The Controversy Between Old and New

This article was written by Nathan Walsh, a friend of mine from college who I greatly respect. As a young ministry leader, Nathan has distinguished himself as a dedicated student of God's Word, a direct benefit to the local ministry where he serves as an ordained minister, as well as those of us reading this ...

When God Wants to Drill a Man – Anonymous

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4-0mI9DVEQ When God wants to drill a man, And thrill a man, And skill a man When God wants to mold a man To play the noblest part; When He yearns with all His heart To create so great and bold a man That all the world shall be amazed, Watch His methods, watch His ...

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, ...

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 ...

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