This Game of Life Pt. 1: The Currency Here

Christians, there is a popular game that people, myself included, enjoy playing.  It has many pieces, little tokens, real-estate, railroads, utilities, currency, a jail, houses, and hotels.  The game’s point is to collect properties of the same color and then build houses/hotels on them so that when you have other people land on your spaces, … More This Game of Life Pt. 1: The Currency Here

Why we Sacrifice

Christians, once I was watching a man give a speech.  He talked about how his father was an immigrant and how he worked really hard to make an opportunity for his son to have a better life than he had.  He was telling how his father was a banquet bartender at events much like this … More Why we Sacrifice

Yoke of Meekness

Christians, when we have a full understanding of what God wants from us, then we can see and truly understand how this relationship works.  Jesus calls us to come to Him, all of us who are heavy and burdened, for His yoke is easy and burden light. When we we want to understand Jesus’s yoke, … More Yoke of Meekness

The Many Tests of God

Christians, I remember my last week of finals in college before graduation.  It was a very exciting time for me because for four and a half years I had studied, taken tests, studied more, taken more tests and that routine was getting old.  I was ready to kiss those bubble answer sheets goodbye. No more … More The Many Tests of God

Auto-Fill

Christians, have you noticed that the more and more we use technology, the more that it tends to customize and personalize itself just to us?  One of the features I was recently thinking about was the ‘Autofill’ feature that is present on most search engines today. I know that the feature works by recording and … More Auto-Fill

Fruit and Beans

Christians, recently I was asked to lead the devotional at the board meeting of an organization I am currently helping by serving in various capacities.  As I thought about what to share with the group, I thought about the organization itself and how I got involved. I thought about the different levels of serving, the … More Fruit and Beans