If you were to list some attributes of Jesus, your list might look a bit like mine: Holy. Righteous. Merciful. Compassionate. Omnipotent. Powerful. Creator. Faithful. Good. Recently though, I saw an attribute of Jesus that I had never contemplated before: Thankful.
In this special episode of the Presently Engaged Podcast, access Chapter 1 of The Question Habit by Mandy Pallock. The Question Habit will support you as you mentor with questions, facilitate grace-filled conversations, and go deeper with care. Ready?
On a trip through the mountains, aspen trees quake in glorious splendor, ablaze in orange and red and gold. Rarely will you find a lone aspen—they grow in stands or groves. Why? Because aspen trees grow together, not separately. The visible part of a tree is not the entire part. Below the surface, roots [...]
I've had this weird thing going on with my eye, and been putting off getting it looked at. At random times, most often in the evening, my left eye would feel like something was in it and be quite uncomfortable. Flushing with didn't help. Visually inspecting my eyeball didn't reveal a problem. My eye [...]
It's time to look the person next to me in the eye.
Is it possible to run out of water at the beach?
Ever noticed that we love visiting ruins from the days of yore? You are not disqualified from the story God is writing. God takes even ruins and uses them for His glory. In our weakness, He is strong. In our brokenness, He is revealed as Healer.
When I allow worry to invade my thoughts, when I spin my wheels on the “What If’s” and the “What Now’s,” this gives me perspective: Worry is wasted energy. And who has the time to waste energy? Move through worry to prayer and action.
How did we get the Bible? When the books in the New Testament were initially penned, I wonder if the writers knew they were the Holy Spirit-inspired authors of holy Scripture. What story did your life write for those “reading” you yesterday?
Throughout my daily stint of bottomless coffee, I see people huddled in community. The hustle is real in a coffee shop…client calls, sales meetings, business conversations. But I also see open Bibles. Discipleship meetups. Journals. Mentoring moments. People taking the time to pause and seek God. There's a place for you at the table.