Posts from March 2020

Posts from March 2020

Step Nine: We’re Part of the Family

Have you ever wondered how people who have no affiliation with a church family get through life? When you think back to some of the darkest times in your life, for many of us, the church family we were a part of was one of the greatest supports during that storm. This is not by accident; the people of God are designed to fill that exact role and function as part of God’s Family. Lanny Wolfe, in 1974 said it…

Articluhaphobia

What are you afraid of? What is something that gives you chills or makes you feel uncomfortable when you see it, feel it, or even just think about it? When it comes to the population of America, there are a few fear or phobias that affect the majority of people. See if you fall into any of these categories: Arachnophobia – fear of spiders. Affects as many as 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men. Ophidiophobia – fear…

How Do We Look?

The Korean number among us is growing, and it will continue as we are fervently reaching out to the growing Korean community around us. As we grow more diverse, I want to consider what our church looks like in comparison to what the church was supposed to look like. The book of Ephesians gives us an idea of what the church should look like based on what Jesus accomplished through the crucifixion. It says He broke down the dividing wall…

Conflict Resolution: What Not To Do

Warning labels have become a necessity for most products that appear in the marketplace. Their necessity is prompted by the potential of lawsuits when such labels are not present. The fascinating thing about some warning labels is that they seem unnecessary when common sense is applied. For example, many chainsaws provide a label warning users not to hold the blade end of the tool when operating, some hair dryers include a label instructing buyers not to use it while sleeping,…