Category Archives: Reflection

A Gentle Boost for ‘Prayer Weaklings’

If you have moved around in Christian circles for very long, chances are good that you have met at least one person whom others refer to as a “Prayer Warrior.” The term is often used to describe a much-admired individual who has the self-discipline and perseverance to stay in an ongoing dialog with God throughout

Helping Each Other Fight Sin

On Sunday Keith preached an excellent sermon on 1 Corinthians 5 called “Fighting Sin is a Community Project.”┬áHe gave four motivations for fighting sin: because it damages people, the church, the reputation of Christ, and because the sin inside the church is a bigger problem than the sin outside the church.

If you were like me, you walked away with a renewed desire to fight sin in your life as well as to help others fight sin. The question is how best to do it?

Reflecting Questions for 2013

The author of Proverbs writes, “The plans of the heart belong to man, but the answer of the tongue is from the LORD. All the ways of a man are pure in his own eyes, but the LORD weighs the spirit.” (Prov 16:1-2). This Proverb reminds me how easy it is to plan out my future