Skip to main content

It's Time for a Challenge

It takes time and intentionality to establish a rhythm. 
It takes time and intentionality to develop a relationship.

And sometimes we need a CHALLENGE to get us moving.       

So, here's one! 

31 Days -- reading and engaging in Bible.  

Just 3 questions to guide your reading! 



  1. What is the main point or BIG IDEA of the passage?
  2. What does the Scripture say about GOD?  What does it say about ME?
  3. How can I APPLY what I am learning to my life?


The reading plan and tips for reading reading Scripture.

 
 

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Broken and Beautiful

Walking on the beach awhile back I began noticing the broken shells being washed up along the shoreline.  I looked closer, I began to notice the edges, the colors, the cracks and the holes. As I stood turning the shell over in the palm of my hand I began to think about what had caused this deep imprint, the scar, the broken edge. 

What had been attached to this shell?
What had crashed up against it with enough strength to break off the outer edge?
For how long had it been washing up against this same shoreline?

It reminded me of a an encounter with a beautiful woman in Colorado years ago.  We had enjoyed dinner together at a women's retreat in the mountains. Sharing parts of our stories and parts of our struggles.

Prayers, Diversity and Being Me

Two years ago, I was asked to offer the invocation for the Economic Club sponsored by WFYI. 


Of course I could do that and I'd be honored.  came floating out of my mouth when the request was made.

Then I began the process of thinking through what to pray and how to pray.

I am quite familiar with how my faith community prays but what about this group.

This group of 700+ community leaders and business professional would represent  a diverse audience representing all kinds of different faith backgrounds.

God, Me and You

So much of the way we think and live has to do with what we believe.  What DO we believe about God?   What DO we believe about ourselves?  And what DO we believe about others. It seems these questions are not in anyway new to humanity.  From the very beginning, we've struggled