theology and the Christian life

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Will They Mourn Your Loss?

Here are three characteristics I’ve observed about the faithful men and women who have left godly legacies.

Be What You Want To See

One of the most important things I’ve ever read about parents came to me through the book Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of Teenagers. After conducting the most extensive study on the religious beliefs of American teenagers, Christian Smith… Continue Reading →

Don’t Lose Your Time, Invest It

We all have limited time. And the thing is… no one knows how much time they really have! So how are you using your time? Are you using it, or losing it? Are you investing it into something good and… Continue Reading →

What’s Your “Thing?”

A brilliant and insightful question, right?! But seriously consider this for a moment with me: What’s your “thing?” This is something I’ve been chewing on over the last few weeks since I finished reading Walter Isaacson’s biography on Steve Jobs…. Continue Reading →

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