“God loves you as you are and not as you should be! He loves you beyond worthiness and unworthiness, beyond fidelity and infidelity, He loves you in the morning sun and in the evening rain, He loves you without regret, boundary, limit, or breaking point.”~ Brennan Manning One of my great joys has been to serve in a church service and somehow try and help people to see Jesus. Ours is not slick and polished service. In fact we don’t want to be. Real? Yep. Honest? Sure. Churchy?
Three weeks from today I’ll be in the Himalayas headed up to Mt Everest. After 8 years of writing blogs describing ups and downs, mountains and valleys, and a ton of references to the journeys life takes us on, I decided to do something beyond my limits, live out a dream, and believe God for the impossible. With God all things are possible. The desire actually started years ago…not to climb Everest, mind you, but to make the 75 mile RT trek to Mt Everest Base Camp. I should s
Worship is a verb. Worship is an exclamation point. Worship in an attitude. Worship can be a question? Recently I found myself rehearsing a particular worship song over and over for an event. The song, entitled “Healer” is one of my favorites, and yet as I sang it, I found myself asking each line as a question rather than making a bunch of statements. Here are the lyrics with the commas replaced by question marks. You hold my every moment?
You calm my raging seas?
You walk wi