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What I do Matters

What I do Matters

What i do matters   I want you to imagine a conversation between yourself and a young boy, and the subject of school arises. You ask why he goes to school. “To learn,” he says. “And why do you learn?” “To get a good job.” “And why do you want a good job?” “To...

It’s All About Me

It’s All About Me

It's All About me I’d like to begin with a question this morning—one that is increasingly relevant with eachpassing week in our nation: What’s wrong with the world? A journalist for the Times once asked this same question of some famous authors. One of them,a...

Ache For Eden

Ache For Eden

The House that Built Me Two years ago, I was returning from a motorcycle certification course, when I decided on a whim to stop by the home I grew up in. I was taking a picture in front of the home [show pic] when the present owner saw me and asked what I was doing....

The Diverse Excellencies of Jesus Christ

The Diverse Excellencies of Jesus Christ

The Diverse Excellencies of Jesus Christ    Today we’re going to talk about what I’m calling the “Diverse Excellencies” of Jesus. Jesus’ “excellency” is not just seen in His individual attributes, but in how these diverse attributes so impossibly fit together....

Wisdom Or Faith?

Wisdom Or Faith?

Faith and wisdom   At risk of being called an alarmist, which I am not, I have been trumpeting before many others that the Coronavirus is to be taken very seriously, and that it will change our lives significantly. In the coming weeks, it will become more...

Cashing In On Fear

Cashing In On Fear

Cashing in on Fear I’d like to begin with a list of headlines, all of which have one thing in common:  “Is America coming to an end?”  “Stock market might crash within days”  “The Greatest Catastrophe since the Great Depression” What do these all have in common? They...

Love Making

Love Making

The Wedding Night   When Alicia and I got married, we spent our first night, post-wedding, in the fancy, brand-new Gaylord Hotel. Getting out of our car, we couldn’t help but feel a little awkward. Some of my groomsmen had drawn risqué pictures all over my...

The Nature Of Love

The Nature Of Love

The Nature of love     Why Flowers?   This Valentine’s Day, about 250 million roses will exchange hands. Not every nation celebrates Valentine’s Day on the exact same day or in the exact same way, but despite our differences, every single culture has...

The Magic of Love

The Magic of Love

The Death of Marriage?   A few years ago one of my High School friends finally decided to marry his High School sweetheart after nearly two decades of dating. He asked if I wanted to perform the ceremony, to which I replied, “Are you sure she’s the one?”  ...

The Pain of Growth

The Pain of Growth

The Pain of Growth Last week, my seven-year-old boy William started asking if he could buy some “Robucks” for an iPad game called, “Roblox.” After DAYS of begging, finally it appeared as though his dream would come true on Wednesday night. All we had to do was make it...

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