The Best Decision You Can Make in 2020

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Losing weight. Paying off debt. Less chill and Netflix. More reading. These are some of the few decisions that people will make to see changes in their life. I truly believe that the best decision you can make in this upcoming year is to read the Bible every day at least 4-5 times a week. “In the beginning was the …

Why Bible?

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Through prayer we speak to God and through the Bible God speaks to us. The Bible was given to us so that we can get to know God. When I first met Lana (my wife), she lived 3.5 hours from Tri-Cities, WA and we had to communicate through text. In just the first month of dating, I sent 9000 texts! …

Becoming a Grateful Person

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I’m sure this is the 100th blogpost you came across about Gratitude, since Thanksgiving just happened a few weeks ago and we all had to stay true to the Holiday that focuses in giving thanks for everything you truly are blessed with. However,  being grateful shouldn’t be a once a year occurrence or the only time to really consider how much you should …

What it Means to be a Servant

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BEEP BEEP BEEP! Your alarm goes off, it’s Sunday morning. You get ready for church and put on your Sunday best, as you’re getting your coffee you remember you are serving today. You instantly feel drained, but you push it away because serving looks good, its the right thing to do. As you get to church and begin to serve, …

The Power of a Growth Mindset

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As humans, we are constantly experiencing failure, it is unavoidable and part of life. From infancy we are taught to see failure as a bad thing. We are told that we should always strive as far away from failure as possible. This forms a toxic root in our lives that automatically acts out when experiencing failure. The growth mindset and …

Stressed

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Life is an unending kaleidoscope that moves at increasing speeds. As we grow in our lives new responsibilities pile on that can cause us to feel heavy and anxious. Merriam Webster’s dictionary defines stress as; a force exerted when one body or body part presses on, pulls on, pushes against, or tends to compress or twist another body or body …

My Dearest Friend

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As Jimmy Evans often says, “the greatest needs in a man is respect, sex, friendship with his wife, and domestic support.” You might have read that in a book or heard it in a podcast a few times, but I want to remind you how truly invaluable it is on being a friend to your spouse. I want to express …

Rising Above the Negativity

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We live in an increasingly negative culture and it’s easy to be dragged down with all the discouraging and depressing events that flood our hearts and overwhelm our minds. As Christians we have to demonstrate the positive power of the Gospel in our lives. But how is this possible? How do we maintain a positive life and witness in the …

Why Christians must not be Evolutionists

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Many people I talk to tell me they believe in God, and many are actually Christians. They have accepted that Jesus is the only way to God and have given Him their lives. But sometimes people haven’t given God their minds, especially when it comes to science and origins. Is it okay to believe the Bible and subscribe to evolution, …