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THE LION AND THE LAMB BY BIG DADDY WEAVE
Jeff from Tenth Ave North talks about the challenge/blessings of raising toddlers and how it's taught him about marriage.
He also talks about the dynamic of YES and saying NO. (Family vs the job)
How do you feel when you hear somebody, usually halfway around the world, has unearthed something that proves a Bible story is true? Those kinds of things used to be VERY exciting to me.
If that describes you too, you might like this nugget about science "proving" God is real.
Jason Roy from Building 429 talks with Scott Herrold about how dads need to be warriors, servants & shepherds. It's a deep discussion on what it means to truly be a spiritual leader.
"Don't wanna forget or take for granted... That it's a beautiful life we live"
That’s the first lyric I heard after our newborn decided to pee on me while changing his diaper. I was SOOOOOOOO frustrated. I was in the beginning stages of planning my pity party when I heard "Don't wanna forget or take for granted... That it's a beautiful life we live".
All of a sudden I went from frustration to being thankful.
Yes, I had just been peed on my a two week old little boy… But I was able to hold that little boy and love on him.
Halloween is right around the corner… I think I have gone through all the phases of Halloween in my Christian walk. I’ve ignored it, only participated in church events and have turned out the porch light early so I could still take some of the good candy for myself.
I am always game for a challenge… that’s where Pastor Jim Crews of Valley Bible Fellowship in Las Vegas comes in. Who knew that Halloween just might be the best day of the year to connect with our neighbors and show them love… ß Did I really just say that out loud? You’ll understand how I came to that conclusion after checking out what Pastor Jim had to say about Halloween…
Dave from Sidewalk Prophets talks about perspective behind music reflected toward God and how songs can get ahead of culture rather than follow culture.
People of a Second Chance posted this on their Twitter account...
Three things that encouraged me today...
This week I've been thinking a lot about agendas. Maybe it was Columbus Day, maybe it was the Iran nuclear talks in the news or all the politicians on TV arguing about our national debt. I just see agendas everywhere shifting our culture in ways that make me uncomfortable. I even see Christians tearing down other churches in our city. I point it out because passions can easily turn into agendas. Sometimes we don't even realize it, but we are hurting people as we push our agendas.