Good News Makes You Run

Peter and John ran like children, all sense of decorum left behind. They also left Mary Magdalene behind, who was still recovering from her own sprint. Panting from exhaustion, Mary told them that the stone was rolled away and the tomb was empty.

Not willing to believe what...

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The Hero

In his mind's eye, he sees a younger man, although the mirror presents a different image. The mirror makes clear the passage of time and offers no shelter from the reality of age.

He isn't troubled by the graying hair or the deepening lines around his eyes, but sometimes he...

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Mom is the Glue

Last year, I wrote a post for Father's Day about the life lessons I'd learned from my dad. Writing a post about my mom is harder in some ways. It's not that I learned less from her than from my dad. Instead, it's that the things I learned from her are so much a part of the w...

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We Stand and Stare at Our Hands

"For the joy of the Lord makes us sleep!"

OK, those aren't actually the words to the song. It seems that way, though, when we sing about raising our hands or bowing down to God while we stand motionless, staring into space. Why are we so hesitant to worship God with our bod...

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I Won’t Go In

thought I smelled something coming up the road. Reeking of pig, that wretch looks like he's been rolling in the mud with the swine he's been feeding.

Day after day, for years, Father has looked for him. Every morning and every evening, He scanned the horizon as if the lit...

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Praying the Fruit of the Spirit for Our Kids

One of the toughest things about being a parent is knowing precisely what you're trying to accomplish. Are you training your children for a particular career? Do you want them to be athletic, intelligent, kind, emotionally strong, Christ-like?

During a recent conversation,...

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Heaven is (at Least) as Important as Noah

After the firestorm surrounding the Noah film, I've been surprised to see no online discussion about the upcoming film version of Heaven is for Real. Is it possible that people care more about the Noah story than they do about heaven? It seems to me that our eternal destiny...

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What’s Really Worth Discussing About Noah

Director Darren Aronofsky's cinematic vision of Noah has been praised and criticized from nearly every possible direction. I wavered over whether to write about this movie, because so much has already been said.

I finally saw the movie, and I've come to the conclusion that...

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