June 16, 2017
Have you ever seen a family member, friend, or complete stranger wearing an outfit that makes no sense at all? The clothes don’t match, they’re too big, or a combination of the two. The only thing you can think to yourself or say to them, is What are you wearing? In living out your unique calling, are you trying to wear someone else’s clothes?
June 16, 2017
When you face trials, temptations, hardships, or even “death valley,” there are times when you win, and times when you fail. I know there are plenty that I have failed myself, and lessons that have been on repeat for years. Is it more than just failing in the moment, or is it the result of what you did (or did not do) before that moment came? When those spiritual battles come, the most important lesson to remember is: you fight like you train.
We cannot pray honestly, “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done” and still live like “my kingdom come, my will be done.”
Last year my wife and I went through a pretty big life change. After ten years in the fitness industry, we walked away. We moved on to different careers. With taking care of remodeling a new house, and starting a new job my workout routine went out the window. I soon realized there’s a spiritual lesson written all over this situation.
It’s a little hard for the world to hear the church preach “love your enemies” when we can’t even love our own brothers and sisters just a little different from us.
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Christ is everywhere. You can see Him in all things, if only you will look. Recently while out hiking and exploring in Palo Duro Canyon my wife and I had the opportunity to see an Aoudad. It was pretty exciting since we hadn’t seen one before. The Aoudad is a spectacular creature able to survive in harsh climates and difficult terrains. As we continue exploring Christ in the Canyon, I want to share with you Christ as the ram in the canyon.