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Living Quietly in a Loud World

By |January 26th, 2014|

I’m a loud liver.

Steven Curtis Chapman once told me to “La la la la live out loud,” but I don’t think he meant for me to live a “loud life,” so to speak.

And yes, while God wants us to be demonstrative in our faith, he generally doesn’t want us to be “loud” about it.

But I like to be loud.

I’m one of those guys that has had to learn the hard way that I’m more effective behind the scenes. I can solve the problem. I can do the job. But I have a hard time talking about the job’s details or discussing the problem’s solution without getting tongue-tied and mixing up words.

But living nonchalantly? That’s been a huge challenge.


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Winning the Relationship Superbowl

By |January 13th, 2014|

Watching the Broncos and Chargers play it off this evening in Denver, something struck me powerfully. I was thinking about the next few weeks as the playoffs and Superbowl come to a conclusion.

It occurred to me that once all the hulabaloo is over and the off-season comes, there’s another season, another set of playoffs and another Superbowl.

It occurred to me that guys sometimes think relationships are like the Superbowl. Getting to the big game and winning it.

Relationships are not like playoffs. They’re not a touchdown. They’re not even a season. Relationships are like a career.


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5 Things Jesus Did That You Can Do for Your New Year

By |January 2nd, 2014|

Can we start off the new year on a better foot than usual? I know, I know. You already have that diet plan ready, the exercise bike positioned in front of the TV, or your cursor hovered over the CANCEL button in your Facebook settings.

Amongst the multitude of New Year’s resolutions made and followed through (or not), here are 5 things that you can do by following Jesus’ direct example:

Jesus face-timed. Believe it or not, Apple does not have the monopoly on this popular concept. He spent an unbelievable amount of time talking with people to their face. Today’s technological tidal wave of social networking, YouTube videos and 140-character micro-messages can inundate your brain with meaninglessness while making you believe the lie that you are “connected.” Don’t believe it. This year, spend more face time with people and connect the way God designed.


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