Just how important are truth, integrity, reliability? Everyone has to decide who, and what sources, they will trust. Just a couple of days ago, I listened to Larry Buxton’s podcast on leadership and integrity.
Yesterday, as I pondered this gospel reading for the fourth day in a row, it dawned on me exactly what it was that kept me coming back to the same story. It was in fact the contrast between “doing” and “being;” between “taking ahold of,” verses, “inheriting;” between, “works” and “faith.”
Climate change is upending the world as we know it, and coping with it demands widespread, radical action.
By Roy Scranton
We make choices every day. How we make these choices and how we live these choices transforms our lives, the lives of others, and the future of everything. If you long to choose well and live well, no matter what is happening around you, this book is for you.
By David Crumm – Read the Spirit: “What can I do right now?” We’ve heard that question from countless readers and writers since the first week of this new year. All of us want to rebuild America’s shattered community. Having seen this turbulence coming for a long time, the prophetic author Ken Whitt answers this crucial question with the title affirmation, spread across the front cover of his book…
Chambers uses the word “Reality” in the same sense as theologian Paul Tillich uses the phrase, “Ultimate Reality.” God is Reality itself. God is what is most real. God’s primary concern is “Reality,” meaning everything. “For God so loved the world…”
For Chambers, born-again was not at all about a born-again moment or event that distinguished a superior brand of Christians.
As I have said before, Oswald Chambers was my devotional mentor every day for 25 years. I have returned to …
On January 11, for 25 years, 1982-2007, I read the same devotional reading from Oswald Chambers. I don’t think I ever applied it to myself. This reading, I clearly understood, was written for missionaries who …
For the first 25 years, after I began seeking God with all body, mind and spirit in 1981, Oswald Chambers was my daily devotional mentor. As I begin my devotional times in 2021, I am returning to his wisdom and once a week I will share a brief passage from that wisdom and a few comments.