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Identity Crisis – Part 3

(make sure you’ve read parts 1 & 2 before continuing)Misconception #2: “Jesus is a Tyrant” The tyrant mentality is the polar opposite. It says this: “Since Jesus hates sin and especially hates when I sin, He is up there in heaven somewhere waiting for me to mess up again so that He can slap another…
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Identity Crisis – Part 2

(If you haven’t read part 1, click here and do that now before continuing.) When Moses asked God what name He should use in defending his authority before pharaoh, God simply said, “I AM WHO I AM” (Exodus 3:14). I love Louie Giglio’s explanation of I AM: It’s an amazing name. In Hebrew the word…
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Fields and Creeks

Happy Cinco de Mayo everybody. We just rolled back into town about an hour ago from a crazily hectic weekend. But a good one. Friday night and Saturday we led worship for Wakefield Baptist Church‘s Women’s Conference in Wake Forest, NC. It was great to have my friend, Tim Norton, back with us playing djembe.…
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Identity Crisis – Part 1

I’m excited to say that my first book, The Discovery: Beyond the Jesus of Flapjacks and Grilled Cheese is in the production stage, and should be out in about a month or so. We had a tiny set-back in production, but now things are rolling. It’s a 21-day devotional journey through the Gospel of John…
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Spotlights and Supply Watchers

The other day I read 1 Samuel 30 and God rocked my world with it. If you get a chance, check it out, but here’s some quick background so you know where I’m coming from. The Amalekites invade Ziklag, the city where David’s family lived along with the families of David’s 600 mighty men, while…
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