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The Best Laid Plans

6.29.20 Blog Post

The Best Laid Plans I think it can be safely said that thus far, 2020 has not gone as planned. "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." Jeremiah 29:11 You may be familiar with this verse and many of us, myself included, cling to this verse with a hope that God's plans will be simple, s...

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What does God owe you?

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The Lord has brought the Joneses to our knees (on our best days) in this difficult season. Will finishing his PhD in a season of economic downturn is not what we expected. Before he completed his time at Rice in April, my dreams were filled with possibilities: moving to a cool college town, owning a home, pursuing adoption, sending missionaries to the world with our extra....

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I Need You

6.15.20 Blog Post

Why do we need each other? ...

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You Can Do Hard Things

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How do we journey together?...

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Agents of Justice

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How can we ever expect to see true justice in our world? How can we be part of that justice?...

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What consumes you?

When you sit and think about your life, do you think about Jesus? Do you think about God? What dominates your thoughts? You'd be surprised to know how much that affects you....

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Church Dictionary: Part 1

"Just Because It's English Doesn't Mean It's the Same Language." Sometimes things get said in church over and over and we end up forgetting what they actually mean. In part one, we discuss "Christian", "Church," and "Gospel."...

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When I Simply Do Not Understand

There are times where we are confronted with things that make no sense, that terrify and hurt so, so, badly. Like Jesus, our humanity makes us utterly desperate for God to rid us of our tension and suffering. But Jesus did not wallow in self-pity or stubbornly assert His own human will. Instead, He surrendered to the Father......

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The Diligence of a Christian

Justin explains what it means to be diligent as a Christian, and why pursing God is important to our Faith. ...

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Giving God My Leftovers

I like to consider myself a “good” Christian. I pray daily, read the Bible, go to church, give my ten percent, lead a small group, and volunteer on an assortment of service teams. If Christendom had a checklist, I’d have all the boxes checked. And that’s enough, right? Not quite....

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