To fellow parents, could we have a conversation about our rhetoric? It’s important because our rhetoric trickles down to our impressionable children. They hear us. They listen to us. Many of us should be frightened by this.
I get it. You probably don’t think you need another book on the Christian life. If you’re like me, you’ve read plenty of them. Your bookshelves are full of them.
But here’s the thing: Crucified to Life is unlike any book I’ve read on the Christian life.
Do you deeply desire to know God’s purpose for your life? Do you find yourself wondering “is this all there is to Christianity?” If so, I’ve got just the thing for you.
I’m excited to announce that Crucified to Life is finally available! I put a ton of hard work into making this the best book I possibly could that would help you discover and live into abundant life in Christ.
Today I turned 27. It’s the oldest I’ve ever been. And as I think about getting closer to the dreaded age of 30 (at least for me), many things have come to mind. The biggest thing that comes to mind is the fact that I have so far to go. I’m nowhere near where I want to be as a follower of Christ, as a husband, as a father, as a pastor, as a friend, and as a writer.
But another thing comes to mind – I’ve learned some things along the way. I always try to be a voracious learner. And maybe, just maybe, something in this list of 27 things I’ve learned from 27 years of existence will connect with you.
This coming Monday marks another celebration of Labor Day. What began in 1885 has continued to today. As a result, millions of Americans will enjoy a three-day weekend. In the midst of the sleeping in, the cookouts, the kids playing outside, and all the other stereotypical Labor Day festivities, the Christian worker has something else to consider.
How Christ alters the way we approach our work has been of constant interest to me since becoming a Christ follower. From what I can see in Scripture, it is clear that work is something we were made to do. Adam and Eve were given the task of gardeners and since then, work has been a way of life for mankind. What shall the Christian worker think on and respond with as he celebrates Labor Day? I’m glad you asked…