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I’m Only Human

How often do we say or hear others say, “I’m only human”? Here are some reasons we probably shouldn’t.

The Problem with Guilt and Shame

Awareness of our own sin can lead to guilt and shame. Instead, Christ calls us to a life of hope and joy in repentance.

Dancing Anxiously at Life's Circumference

Often we get distracted by the outside circumstances of our lives, and we lose focus on Christ at the Center.

"Cubs Win!" and Other Election Day Thoughts - Pop Culture Espresso Shots

The Cubs won! And today, someone will win the presidency. Let's hold fast to the hope that our King is coming, no matter what happens in the polls.

That Time I Thought My Daughter Was Dying

Sometimes we are confronted by truly terrifying circumstances that shake us to our core. In those moments, are we able to reach out to the Lord and hope in Christ?

Finding Hope Even in 2016

This year has already proven to be a challenging one. So how can we hold on to our Christian hope even in the midst of all the world’s pain and suffering?

Why I Let My Daughter Be Scared - Pop Culture Espresso Shots

As a parent, it's always hard to decide what kinds of things your kids should watch, especially if they are scared. But maybe there is value in watching things that scare our children?

The World is Scary; Jesus Wins - Ninth Sunday of Luke

In the wake of violence and the terror of life, it's hard to be anything but afraid. But the Kingdom of God and Jesus Christ give us hope that all will be well.

When All You Have Ain't All That Much - Eighth Sunday of Matthew

God asks so very little of us, but He does ask. This week He promises to take the little that we have, and to turn it into something wonderful.

Frozen Yogurt, Fatherhood, and Fear - Third Sunday of Matthew

There's a lot to be afraid of in this world, but this Sunday, Christ will ask us to let it all go. Can you?