debt · Finances · Money · Work

Three Quick Tips From God on Money II

I started giving God’s tips on money to servers, etc., recently. You can read that article here. As Christians, God should control every area of our lives, including money. Remember, He doesn’t want that control to hurt you, but help you.  If you have been abusing money, it might not feel like help. It may… Continue reading Three Quick Tips From God on Money II

debt · Money · Planning · Slavery · Work

3 Quick Tips from God on Money

It is interesting to note that God talks more about money in the New Testament than Heaven. It is not that money is more important than Heaven. Actually many times when He is talking about money, He is talking about Heaven. Money can keep us from following God. If you follow God and obey Him,… Continue reading 3 Quick Tips from God on Money

James · Tongue · Work

Guys, You Can’t Talk Differently at Work and Home

When we talk to people, depending on who we are talking to, is it fine to talk different ways to different people? Are there different situations that we can say different things in front of different people? I think it depends.  WHEN WE CAN SAY DIFFERENT THINGS When  can we say different things depending on… Continue reading Guys, You Can’t Talk Differently at Work and Home

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25 Articles From My Guest Bloggers and Interviews

This October we will have published over 150 articles on our blog. This week what I would like to do is look back and highlight the 13 people who have either been guest bloggers or who I have interviewed with over two dozen articles. This will give an appreciation of those who have helped this… Continue reading 25 Articles From My Guest Bloggers and Interviews

Complacency · Content · Identity in Christ · In Christ · Work

Contentment Versus Complacency

Society is really a funny thing. We seem to be  divided on everything. Even our thought processes of how we run our personal lives seems to be at extremes. For example: you have people who are driven who don’t seem to stop. They are workaholics, or busyness addicts, constantly running their children from here to… Continue reading Contentment Versus Complacency

Money · Poor · Sex · Study · Teenagers · Work

Highschoolers: Three Tips for Not Being an Adult in Poverty

If you are in high school you probably have some plans for  your life. This can mean a lot of things. No one in high school thinks, “Boy, I would love to be a poor adult.” But while no one strives for poverty, many people struggle financially  as they grow older. First thing we need… Continue reading Highschoolers: Three Tips for Not Being an Adult in Poverty

Art · Books · Devotion · Douglas Kaine McKelvey · Gospel Centered · Interview · Liturgy · Meditation · The Rabbit Room · Work · Worship

Interviewing Douglas Kaine McKelvey of “Every Moment Holy”

Recently I interviewed Ned Bustard, the artist for “Every Moment Holy,” about his artwork in the book. Because I envision this book becoming very important to current Christianity, as well as achieving  an heirloom status, I also wanted to talk with Douglas Kaine McKelvery who penned the liturgies for “Every Moment Holy.” This book can… Continue reading Interviewing Douglas Kaine McKelvey of “Every Moment Holy”

Afterlife · Ecclesiastes · Great Books · Logic · Lucretius · Nietzsche · Philosophy · Purpose · Solomon · Work

The Redundancy Liberator

 Do you ever feel like life is redundant? I can’t be the only one right? Get up, eat breakfast, go to work, do the same thing at work that you did yesterday, come home, make dinner, play with the kids, get the gang in bed, and then you do it all over again. This I… Continue reading The Redundancy Liberator

Interview · Matt Wolfe · Proverbs · Work

Work with Matt Wolfe Part 3: Having a Work Ethic

Matt Wolfe has been my friend for about two decades. My youth pastor then my pastor, I then worked  for two years under Matt  as his  youth pastor.  He  was the best man in my wedding, and a few years  later I became his pastor. We’ve worked together on many projects, have had many late… Continue reading Work with Matt Wolfe Part 3: Having a Work Ethic

Creation · Genesis · Interview · Matt Wolfe · Work

Work with Matt Wolfe Part 2: Is There Satisfaction in Work?

Matt Wolfe has been my friend for about two decades. My youth pastor then my pastor, I then worked  for two years under Matt  as his  youth pastor.  He  was the best man in my wedding, and a few years  later I became his pastor. We’ve worked together on many projects, have had many late… Continue reading Work with Matt Wolfe Part 2: Is There Satisfaction in Work?