Tag Archives: New Year’s Resolutions

The Limitations of Our Resolve

I simply love this time of year. Sure, Charlie Brown was right; the commercialization of the holidays can be disheartening — and probably even dangerous to our souls. But the holiday season also prompts many to reflect, ever so briefly, … Continue reading

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January 2012

It’s been a while since I’ve written a “regular” blog post. Thanks to our Project 3:45, this has actually been my most prolific blogging month since October 2006 — the month that my Cardinals squeaked into the playoffs only to … Continue reading

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Live Like Jesus, Love Like Jesus

Last Sunday night, one of our elders, Denton Kimbrough, led a prayer in our worship assembly and he used a phrase that immediately struck me. He prayed: Lord, help us to live like Jesus…and help us to love like Jesus. … Continue reading

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Resolution Broken

I made one resolution this new year. And it took me all of one day to break it. I’ve made some weird resolutions over the years. In 2007, I resolved to go without fried foods, desserts, and Mountain Dew. But … Continue reading

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