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Category: Discipleship

Faith is not Silent

There is nothing more relevant to this world than the love and presence of God. That is to say–according to Merriam-Webster–that nothing has more “significant and demonstrable bearing on the matters at hand.” God is love. He defines the very … Continue Reading Faith is not Silent

a Doing Theology

  “The theory of coal never turned a wheel or warmed the earth. Power has to be released to be effective.” –A. W. Tozer

Being and Becoming

  There is nothing deeply rooted in us…only that in which we have deeply rooted ourselves. All of the things that we feel make up the core of our identity–our upbringing, traditions, pains, positions, etc.–only serve as the establishment of … Continue Reading Being and Becoming

Purpose

  Following Christ is…simple. Now, I understand that simple does not always equate to easy. Yet, the fact remains…following Jesus does not require the complexity of doctrines, theologies, or statements of faith. Are these things invalid? Certainly not. But their … Continue Reading Purpose

A Treatise on Choice

God inside of you is the most consequential and potent communion in all of creation. However, that relationship will not have effect until God inside of you becomes God moving through you in action. I’m not denying the work of the … Continue Reading A Treatise on Choice

of Risk and Knowing

Following Christ happens in action, not in belief. It is a life of action; a life of discovery. It is lived completely at rest in something so constant and immovable, and yet it is always moving forward and pushing deeper. … Continue Reading of Risk and Knowing

of Fear and Love

You were created because of love, created for love. This is why you will never truly know who you are until you walk in the identity of the Son, Jesus Christ. Because He is the unfiltered revelation of the Father’s … Continue Reading of Fear and Love