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What Is the Best Kind of School That Your Child Should Attend?

How would you describe your worldview when it comes to children and education? What kind of school environment should you place your child into for their good and God’s fame? What are some of the elements of your decision-making that led to your choice? Rick… Continue Reading …

When the Parent’s Anger Complicates the Life of the Child

When the Parent's Anger Complicates the Life of the Child

The angry heart does not have to direct its frustration toward anyone to complicate that relationship. Of course, you can be mad with someone, and it will damage your redemptive goals with them. But whether you have a general condition of anger or you go… Continue Reading …

A Christian Perspective on the Presidential Election

A Christian Perspective On the Presidential Election

Perchance you have been living under a rock for the past few months, which has kept you out of the political loop, a presidential election is happening in the United States this coming November. Americans will go to the polls and cast ballots for the… Continue Reading …

The One Thing That Is Worse Than Admitting You’re a Racist

The One Thing That Is Worse Than Admitting You're a Racist

There is a twist of irony when one person condemns another person, even when the accusation is correct. If you do not guard your heart when you critique those who are doing wrong things, you may forget that you, too, are not a guilt-free person.… Continue Reading …

Fellowship Is the Missing Link in Most Relationships

Fellowship Is the Missing Link In Most Relationships

Many marriages, families, and churches have a common link—a missing one. In a word, it’s fellowship. I’m not speaking of having a social conversation with someone. Biblically speaking, fellowship is when two or more people willingly, humbly, openly, transparently, honestly, and vulnerably share themselves reciprocally,… Continue Reading …

Diagramming the Heart of the Angry Person

Diagramming the Heart of the Angry Person

Have you ever wondered what is going on in the mind of the angry person? It’s not what you might think. Anger is our most common and problematic enemy. If practiced often, it can become a habit that destroys relationships. It’s more than a behavior.… Continue Reading …

What Is Righteous Anger vs. Unrighteous Reaction?

What Is Righteous Anger vs. Unrighteous Reaction

Righteous anger is a term we use to describe the anger from someone who is not sinful. Though it is possible to be angry and sin not, the question is how do you know if your anger is righteous or sinful? What is the difference… Continue Reading …

Speaking to the Practical Role of Fathers with Children

Speaking to the Practical Role of Fathers with Children

Having two genders is not just a neat way to think about the human family. There are functional and irreplaceable roles for each gender. When it comes to parenting, the dad and mom have unique purposes, practices, and effects on children. In this article, I’m… Continue Reading …

If You Do These Things, You Will Be a Missional Friend

If You Do These Things, You Will Be a Missional Friend

When you think about doing ministry, what comes to mind? What thoughts do you have when you hear the words “being missional through ministry.” Two things that should be somewhere near the top of your list are a biblical understanding of missional ministry and where… Continue Reading …

What Can I Do About Being Fearful of Discipling Others?

What Can I Do About Being Fearful of Discipling Others?

Do you ever feel fear when it comes to the responsibility that comes with counseling people biblically? I teach with much fear and trembling, but not just because I am held accountable. When it comes to counseling people one-on-one, I find it fulfilling yet also… Continue Reading …