Monthly Archives: April 2012
If you’ve moved around in Christian circles for any length of time you’ve been hurt by a Christian. You’ve been offended, you’ve been accused, you’ve been maligned and you’ve been taken for granted. Jared has written on this topic in the past, but today I would like to add my thoughts on the subject of … Continue reading
Continuing in last week’s footsteps, I figured today’s Music Monday would also focus on a worship song that has greatly impacted me. Just to give a little back story, last year, right around this time, I was going through a BAD season of depression and anxiety. BAD. To the point where I didn’t want to … Continue reading
I’m going to mix it up a little bit for today’s Music Monday. Instead of reviewing an album, I want to share a song that has had a powerful impact on my life lately. In last week’s post, I mentioned the song “Anthem” featuring Jake Hamilton. This song is incredibly powerful. “Wake up child. It’s … Continue reading
Trying to connect-the-dots between the Old Testament’s fall of Jerusalem and her subsequent journey into captivity in Babylon with information about advance warnings the people received can be difficult, especially when you have no formal training in that sort of thing. But I’m a firm believer that God wants us to search His Book for … Continue reading
This week’s Music Monday features the latest offering from Jesus Culture – “Jesus Culture Awakening: Live from Chicago” (iTunes, Bethel) I know it’s a cliche, but I’m not sure there are enough words I could use to describe how powerful this album is. Since it was recorded during a Jesus Culture conference, it definitely has … Continue reading
Have you heard of David Bowden? David Bowden, the Poet? David Bowden, the Teacher? David Bowden, the Challenger? Dare I say, David Bowden, the Prophet??? A friend of mine shared the gift of David’s ministry with me recently and I want to share it with you now. I will be checking back with him in the future.