When you're forever
As defined by the Corps; as refined by the Christ.
I am very transparent. Maybe more than is wise. I confess my sins to others, and most often in the company of self-professed Christians. I do this because of an experience I had in which I was challenged to publicly declare that which I was ashamed of, and I did. I told men what I … Continue reading Why People Don’t Confess Their Sins
It just makes sense.
Remembering to consider the cost of our corruption
The hard life of meaninglessness.
Gallup surveys have found that a majority of Americans aren’t “engaged” with their jobs, as defined as “those who are involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace.” Almost 18% of employees are in fact “actively disengaged” from their jobs. Maybe you’re somewhere in that 70% of the working disconnected. Maybe you… via … Continue reading Write at Night
The Book of Romans is a good book. I'd like to memorize it. I was very moved when, via podcast, I listened to David Platt recite chapters 1 - 8 to his congregation in a sermon he gave while preaching at the Church of Brook Hills in Birmingham, AL. In an attempt to begin familiarizing … Continue reading Grace & Repentance