Dealing with Discouragement

Take it from a guy whose been doing it for 43 years–ministry is difficult! It’s very hard and it takes a lot of energy to accomplish it all. In life, the “why” always determines the “how long.” If you don’t know why you’re doing what you’re doing, you’ll never stick with it. The reason always […]

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The Truth About Worry

I just got home after having an iron-sharpens-iron lunch with a close friend of mine who is on staff at a megachurch in Lancaster County. We talked about the way the Corona Virus is impacting our society and even the church. Canceled trips, quarantines, falling stock markets, and isolationism are the emerging realities that we […]

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Not Your Average Joe

Years ago, a friend of mine worked at the front desk of a physical therapy office.  Her interaction with patients often resulted in humorous stories, sometimes at her own expense. One day, a patient started chatting with her about ethnicity.  With her dark hair and eyes, he felt certain there must be some interesting mix […]

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Big Truths I Need to Hear Every Day

I’m a messed up human being. I don’t mean that I’m particularly deranged – just that I was born broken and have reached the plateau of adulthood carrying some flaws with me. The biggest flaw? I believe lies…sometimes. Here’s a law of life that can’t be avoided or broken: the way I think determines what […]

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Money Bags

Daddy and I were on the way out to the pasture to check the cows. Dad had a bag of salt on the front seat of the car, so I sat in the back. I had a pocket full of penny candy that I had taken from the store in Four Buttes. I took a […]

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Three Big Questions

Mankind has been an inquisitive sort since the dawn of creation. I mean, the squirrels who pounce around in my yard do not seem to be perplexed about anything. They just mosey about trying to remember where they buried the acorns in my mulch bed! Humans are another story. We have questions and we want […]

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One Foot in Front of the Other

A funny thing happens on our way to getting older.  We lose our perspective on much of the past.  It’s typical for us middle-aged parents to wish for “the good old days,” when the children were little and innocent and tucked safely into their beds in our own home.  When we huddled on the family […]

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Peer Pressure

It is not hard for me to remember when the opinions of others started to matter to me. It began when I was a typical boy growing up in the ’50s. Converse Allstar sneakers came out, and all my friends wore a pair. You know, the black canvas high tops with the ball on the […]

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Surrender

 “Hey Jesus! What’s happenin’?” Donnie called as he ran to catch up. Jesus was dressed in a white robe and was walking on the sidewalk across the street from the main auditorium at the Bible School we attended. It didn’t seem strange to Donnie. It was like he had been expecting Jesus to show up, […]

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How to Worship When You Are Wounded

Everybody goes through wounding experiences in life – especially those who are in ministry. Whether these wounds are physical, spiritual, emotional, or relational, they’re either in your life now or they’re coming. So, what should we do when we’re wounded? Worship! It’s the only antidote I have found to that kind of pain. Job is […]

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