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How Do We Love God?

How Do We Love God?

I like to evaluate my actions or behaviors through the lens of whether or not they are consistent with loving God and loving others. Loving Others I think I have a pretty good idea of what it means to love others. Loving others is difficult to do in practice. But I...
How Do We Love God?

How Do We Love God?

I like to evaluate actions or behaviors through the lens of whether or not they are consistent with loving God and loving others. Loving Others I have a pretty good understanding of what it means to love others. Loving others is difficult to do, but most of us have an...
The Problem is Inside Us (But That’s a Good Thing)

The Problem is Inside Us (But That’s a Good Thing)

This post is Part 2 in a 12-part blog series on humility and growth. (If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) It is common to blame others or outside circumstances for our problems. You see this all the time in our culture today. It’s not my fault, it’s...
Do What You Were Created to Do

Do What You Were Created to Do

Sometimes in life, it’s easy to get off track. There are so many things competing for our time and attention. Emails, social commitments, hobbies, volunteering at church, etc. How do we keep ourselves focused on what’s important? What IS important? What Was Important...
Living Free To Do What You Want

Living Free To Do What You Want

When I was little, one of the most difficult decisions I wrestled with was whether or not to quit boy scouts. Looking back on it now, it seems silly. But at the time, it felt like a big deal. I probably worried about the decision for six months. The bottom line was...
Micah 6:8

Micah 6:8

During my freshman year of college, I went to a small faith-based school and ran cross-country. Each afternoon at 3:30, we would meet for our training run. Before we got started, we would stand in a circle, put our arms around each other, and sing a song. One of my...
Don’t Make Your New Years Resolution Only About You

Don’t Make Your New Years Resolution Only About You

As I was reviewing my New Years Resolutions from last year, I noticed something: They were all about me. For example, I looked at my list from last year: Eat healthy and get in better shape. Make my blog more successful. Get a book contract. Fall in love. All about...
People Only Change a Small Amount

People Only Change a Small Amount

I was working on a project with a work colleague the other day, and I found myself wishing she were different. We had different styles about how we approached deadlines. I wanted to get the project done pretty far ahead of time, so that I wouldn’t be stressed out as...
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