Lessons Learned on the Journey

Tenderness

Tenderness is not an often sought after virtue. In fact, the dictionary defines it in terms of weakness. Actually, godly tenderness is strength at its fullest. When seen and experienced, tenderness…

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What Determines My Identity?

Identity answers the question, “Who am I?” My identity is often defined by: …

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How Long Do I Have to Live?

How long do I have to live?” As a medical doctor, patients sometimes asked this question. I did not have the answer but always tried to share hope with them. …

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It Is Not Complex

Sometimes I make following Jesus more complex than necessary. The Apostle Peter suggested that it involves a proactive positive step and a proactive boundary-setting. …

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Pondering

I must be so carefuI. I find myself filling my mind with stuff that, when pondered, leave me with anxiety, fear or anger. Today’s 24/7 information-filled society is my excuse. Television, the…

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Devout

If only two words described me, what would they be? The Apostle Luke described Simeon with these two words, …

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The First Translation of the Bible

The first translation of the Bible was not into Chinese, Russian or English. Rather the first rendering of the Word of God was Jesus. How creative! I would expect nothing less from God. …

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Tis the Season to be Jolly - Really?

At times, living in a broken, sinful world can squelch the last drops of joy from my soul. God’s design for the world was much different. His intentions were for me to experience joy and peace…

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Simplicity

But I fear, lest somehow, as the serpent deceived Eve by his craftiness, so your minds may be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ. 2 Corinthians 11:3 NKJV …

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#GivingTuesday is today!

We are incredibly blessed by those of you who have already given generously in celebration of Giving Tuesday and in support of the ministry IHS Global is doing for the Lord around the world. …

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