Never Forget

Some of the most sobering moments in my life have been at places like the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Pearl Harbor, the Alamo, and Masada. These memorials mark the lives of men and women whose heroic sacrifice was offered in the fight for freedom. At the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. these …

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Living at the Pace of Grace with Alan Fadling

If we are always working on the next thing, always producing another event, always trying to make a difference, always giving, when are we taking time to sit and be with God, to inhale the grace he gives? On this month’s episode, we have Alan Fadling, Founder and President of Unhurried Living Inc., as well …

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The Work of an Evangelist

Today, we lost a hero of the faith. Ravi Zacharias is home with Jesus. For decades, Ravi has done the work of an apologist and an evangelist, “keeping his head in all situations,” as Paul encouraged Timothy. “But you, keep your head in all situations, endure hardship, do the work of an evangelist, discharge all …

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Never Let a Good Crisis go to Waste

I have an uncomfortable, maybe even unpopular question to ask. Is “returning to normal” the wrong thing to hope for and pray toward at this moment? Sounds crazy, right? But what if we’re so focused on what was behind us, our “normal,” and simultaneously we’re obsessed with what lies ahead, our hopeful return to “normal,” …

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Leading through Change with Pastor Jeff Wells

Today’s guest is Jeff Wells, Lead Pastor at WoodsEdge Community Church in Spring, Texas. He is an avid runner (with several first place marathon finishes) and author of these books- Breaking Free of OCD: My battle with Mental Pain and How God Rescued me. Unhurried Time With God He is one of the most downloaded …

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Be My Neighbor

At the 1992 graduation ceremonies for Boston University, Fred Rogers was invited to receive an honorary doctorate. Earlier that morning, prior to Commencement, he had delivered a Sunday morning Baccalaureate address to a packed house. Now, he was to open the Commencement ceremony by offering the Invocation, an opening prayer. Just before praying, though, Mr. …

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Carpe Diem

At this present moment, we have a choice. Seize up, or seize the day. I was a senior in high school. It was early in the track season. I was a miler, and at that point in the season, I had won most of my races. My best time was 4:38, but that wouldn’t be …

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It’s Harvest Time

At the moment I’m writing this, the Novel Coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China, has spread to 180 of the world’s 195 countries in less than six months. Each day, detected cases and deaths multiply, There have been 2,460,792 reported cases, with 168,934 deaths associated with COVID-19. An Amazonian fifteen year old boy from the …

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How it all began with Dann Spader

What a great way to start our new podcast. On this episode we catch up with Dann Spader, Sonlife’s founder and global ambassador. Dann shares his honest reflections and lessons learned over the past 50 years of ministry. The insights are priceless.

Uncommon Leadership

As the globe seeks to “flatten the curve” on COVID-19, this is no time for church leaders to allow the enemy to use this virus as a tool to flatten the curve on disciple-making. We need leaders who are able to deftly balance between leading through a season of sorrow as well as a season …

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