Surviving Winter

One of the most unique things about living in the Midwest is the extreme difference in weather that comes with each new season. All four seasons are accompanied by their own natural brand of temperatures, scenery, and unpredictability. It’s probably why small talk with strangers around here usually defaults to the weather – I mean, […]

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Proverbs 1:7

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction” In a time where our supposed “epic centers” of knowledge known as public education have completely removed God, it may seem strange to think about the fear of the Lord being the beginning of knowledge. To understand why knowledge begins […]

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What’s “Good” about Good Friday?

Good Friday – what could possibly be “good” in connection with a crucifixion? The Son of God – unjustly condemned as a criminal and put to death by way of one of the most horrific, torturous, and gruesome practices in the history of mankind. But while the practice of crucifixion itself is horrifying, the eternal implications […]

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Microcosm at the Manger

I have no idea who coined the idiom “hustle and bustle,” but I’ve noticed that the only time I’ve ever heard a real human say those words is during the Christmas season. Perhaps the complete silliness of that phrase is the only appropriate way to describe the madness that officially begins the day after Thanksgiving […]

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Social Media #Wisdom from @King_Solomon

It was just over 10 years ago – August of 2003 – when the first social phenomenon hit the internet. MySpace was a brand new way to meet and interact with people – it was something that we had never seen or experienced before (and thanks to Tom, you were never without an internet friend). […]

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