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This is the eighth week of our discussion on my book, Sonshift: Everything Changes in the Father’s Embrace. Today, we’ll be looking at chapter seven titled, “Grace Shift.” I invite you to respond to some or all of these questions. Also, please give … Continue reading
When a child is afraid of his or her own father it’s an indication of serious abuse. Sadly, the “fear of the Lord” looks more like “afraid of God” for many Jesus-loving Christians. This is part five of my Easter series, “Jesus Christ: Savior of the World.” We’ve … Continue reading
This is the sixth week of our discussion on my book, Sonshift: Everything Changes in the Father’s Embrace. Today, we’ll be looking at chapter five titled, “Love Shift.” Each Monday, I give a brief overview of a chapter from my book, followed by … Continue reading
How is religion part of “this world” that Jesus came to save us from, and where did this whole counterfeit construct come from? This is part three in my series where we’re looking at these three questions: What does the New Testament mean by “world?” What does … Continue reading
This is the fifth week of our discussion on my book, Sonshift: Everything Changes in the Father’s Embrace.” Today, we’ll be looking at chapter four titled, “Theology Shift.” Each Monday, I give a brief overview of a chapter from my book, followed … Continue reading
Since we’ve been talking about Jesus Christ, Savior of the World, I thought it would be appropriate to post this classic song from Bethel Music from their album by the same title released in 2012. As we have seen in the … Continue reading
Waiting is not a high value in our busy, fast-paced Western culture. It’s usually considered a waste of time. Ironically, the more fast-paced our environment, the more we wait (I waited a LOT when I lived in Chicago!) We don’t like empty spaces in our life. At least now we … Continue reading