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Relaxing into Rest.

  One of the most important things that traveled with me to the U.S. was my favorite armchair, where I’ve spent countless hours sitting together with Jesus.  Rest is a lot like this armchair.  It’s this place where you can kick your feet up and be yourself in Christ.  You…

Make An Impact By Sharing Your Story & Journey.

(This video is an invitation to join the brand new Brilliant Community Page. Press play to learn more!) Sharing our story and journey is one of the most effective ways we will ever demonstrate the Kingdom to others.  It is a way of meeting each other in the place of…

Failing is Not the Same as Failure.

Whenever we do something for the first time, we cannot make a mistake. We can only learn. When that truth becomes our reality, our failures will cease to have power over us. When we explore God, we discover ourselves. What we learn makes us far more capable of improving and…

How We Can Respond Well To The Extremes of Life.

Life is often lived between a series of extremes: power and weakness, optimism and pessimism, success and failure.  The pendulum swings between those extremes for many reasons, part of which can be our attitudes and the ways in which we approach life, circumstances and other people. As we walk with…

Why It’s Good to Be Too Heavenly Minded.

Many of us are beginning to realize that there is so much more to this life with God than we’ve experienced.  A hunger is rising from the life of Jesus inside of us for greater encounters; a longing for life that’s heaven-to-earth focused and not the other way around. We’re…

Our Role in Life.

Jesus was getting used to operating under the critical eye of the Sadducees and Pharisees.  He had encountered them many times in His ministry and had always used the beauty of God’s truth to stay one step ahead of them.  Today would be no different. The Pharisees had heard that…

Turning Your Baggage into Luggage.

What if the best pastoral ministry is establishing the identity in others that God has when He looks at them? Remember, that when God looks at us He doesn’t see anything wrong with us. He sees what’s missing from our experience of Him and He’s committed to giving it to…